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Denso
2001 Infiniti I30 Starter Motor 6 Cyl 3.0L Denso - Reman Starter

P311-35F3846    280-3126  Remanufactured

12389 , 23300-31U02 , 44-6867 , S114-801A , S1780 , 23300-2Y900 , 44-6709 , 3231492 , 23300-31U01 , 17329 , S114-801C , 1870654 , S114-801D , S17713 , 91-25-1095 , 17779 , 91-25-1159 , DAS520 , 17695 , 244-6868 , 1-17779 , 244-6709 , SR2268X , 17232 , 44-6868 , S114-801B , N17779 , DAS624 , 23300-31U00 , 336-1657 , N17695 , 458553 , 99620 , DAS847 , 244-6867 , S2779 , 91-25-1153 , 17713 , DAS188

Qty:
$68.00 $123.08
Denso Starter Motor
  • DENSO First Time Fit® Starter Motor – Remanufactured
  • 1.4 kW
  • Reman Starter
  • Product Attributes:
    • : Remanufactured
    • Family: Hitachi Oe
    • Power Rating: 1.4
    • Starter Rotation: Counterclockwise
    • Voltage: 12.0
  • With over 60 years of experience supplying the automakers with premium electrical components, DENSO has the inside track on starter technology. The original DENSO gear-reduction starter is an industry benchmark, so rugged and powerful that it is often adapted for racing use. DENSO remanufactured starters are subjected to a rigorous test and replacement routine that produces the lowest return rates in the replacement aftermarket. Armatures and field coils are high-voltage tested; commutators are refinished and performance-validated; terminals and fasteners are replaced with high-quality copper components. And every starter is exactingly bench-tested to ensure factory-original performance. Remanufactured components offer tremendous value to consumers, and by recycling valuable parts and precious raw materials to be used again, they're the environmentally responsible choice as well. For distributors, retailers, and consumers alike, DENSO First Time Fit® remanufactured starters are the ideal choice. Features: High-voltage tested armature and field coils to ensure reliable performance; Premium copper terminals to ensure a clean source of electrical current; All-new bearings, brushes, and seals; Benefits: Maximum cranking torque under all conditions; Class leaders in size and weight; Environmentally designed to start in cold and hot weather conditions
Brand: Denso
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Infiniti I30 V 6 Cyl 3.0L 182 2988
Denso
2000 Infiniti QX4 Starter Motor 6 Cyl 3.3L Denso - Reman Starter

P311-377B5C7    280-4135  Remanufactured

23300-0W011 , 3361187 , SR2271X , 44-6710 , M000T60181A , DAS901 , DAS123 , 91-27-3251 , 12393 , M0T60181A , N17683 , S17683 , 17236 , 23300-0W010 , 244-6710 , 17683 , 1870652 , S2121 , M000T60181 , M0T60181

Qty:
$68.00 $126.64
Denso Starter Motor
  • DENSO First Time Fit® Starter Motor – Remanufactured
  • 1.4 kW
  • Reman Starter
  • Product Attributes:
    • : Remanufactured
    • Family: Mitsubishi Oe
    • Power Rating: 1.4
    • Starter Rotation: Clockwise
    • Voltage: 12.0
  • With over 60 years of experience supplying the automakers with premium electrical components, DENSO has the inside track on starter technology. The original DENSO gear-reduction starter is an industry benchmark, so rugged and powerful that it is often adapted for racing use. DENSO remanufactured starters are subjected to a rigorous test and replacement routine that produces the lowest return rates in the replacement aftermarket. Armatures and field coils are high-voltage tested; commutators are refinished and performance-validated; terminals and fasteners are replaced with high-quality copper components. And every starter is exactingly bench-tested to ensure factory-original performance. Remanufactured components offer tremendous value to consumers, and by recycling valuable parts and precious raw materials to be used again, they're the environmentally responsible choice as well. For distributors, retailers, and consumers alike, DENSO First Time Fit® remanufactured starters are the ideal choice. Features: High-voltage tested armature and field coils to ensure reliable performance; Premium copper terminals to ensure a clean source of electrical current; All-new bearings, brushes, and seals; Benefits: Maximum cranking torque under all conditions; Class leaders in size and weight; Environmentally designed to start in cold and hot weather conditions
Brand: Denso
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Infiniti QX4 V 6 Cyl 3.3L - 3275
Denso
2003 Infiniti QX4 Starter Motor 6 Cyl 3.5L Denso - Reman Starter

P311-5C515FF    280-4222  Remanufactured

3361761 , 23300-4W017 , SR2293X , DAS504 , 1870791 , DAS524 , M1T40371 , 446847 , 23300-4W016 , M0T50371 , S2834 , 17328 , 91-27-3357 , M0T50571 , 17834 , 23300-4W010 , M0T50471

Qty:
$68.00 $122.07
Denso Starter Motor
  • DENSO First Time Fit® Starter Motor – Remanufactured
  • 1.4 kW
  • Reman Starter
  • Product Attributes:
    • : Remanufactured
    • Family: Mitsubishi Oe
    • Power Rating: 1.4
    • Starter Rotation: Clockwise
    • Voltage: 12.0
  • With over 60 years of experience supplying the automakers with premium electrical components, DENSO has the inside track on starter technology. The original DENSO gear-reduction starter is an industry benchmark, so rugged and powerful that it is often adapted for racing use. DENSO remanufactured starters are subjected to a rigorous test and replacement routine that produces the lowest return rates in the replacement aftermarket. Armatures and field coils are high-voltage tested; commutators are refinished and performance-validated; terminals and fasteners are replaced with high-quality copper components. And every starter is exactingly bench-tested to ensure factory-original performance. Remanufactured components offer tremendous value to consumers, and by recycling valuable parts and precious raw materials to be used again, they're the environmentally responsible choice as well. For distributors, retailers, and consumers alike, DENSO First Time Fit® remanufactured starters are the ideal choice. Features: High-voltage tested armature and field coils to ensure reliable performance; Premium copper terminals to ensure a clean source of electrical current; All-new bearings, brushes, and seals; Benefits: Maximum cranking torque under all conditions; Class leaders in size and weight; Environmentally designed to start in cold and hot weather conditions
Brand: Denso
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Aspiration Fuel Type Cylinder Head Type Fuel Delivery Type Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Infiniti QX4 VQ35DE Naturally Aspirated GAS DOHC FI V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498
Denso
2008 Infiniti M35 Starter Motor 6 Cyl 3.5L Denso - Reman Starter

P311-1937B5D    280-3136  Remanufactured

17927 , DAS533 , S2927 , 23300-CG000 , 19417 , SR2299X , 17487 , 91-25-1188

Qty:
$68.00 $270.11
Denso Starter Motor
  • DENSO First Time Fit® Starter Motor – Remanufactured
  • 1.7 kW; AWD
  • Reman Starter
  • Product Attributes:
    • : Remanufactured
    • Family: Hitachi Oe
    • Power Rating: 1.7
    • Starter Rotation: Clockwise
    • Voltage: 12.0
  • With over 60 years of experience supplying the automakers with premium electrical components, DENSO has the inside track on starter technology. The original DENSO gear-reduction starter is an industry benchmark, so rugged and powerful that it is often adapted for racing use. DENSO remanufactured starters are subjected to a rigorous test and replacement routine that produces the lowest return rates in the replacement aftermarket. Armatures and field coils are high-voltage tested; commutators are refinished and performance-validated; terminals and fasteners are replaced with high-quality copper components. And every starter is exactingly bench-tested to ensure factory-original performance. Remanufactured components offer tremendous value to consumers, and by recycling valuable parts and precious raw materials to be used again, they're the environmentally responsible choice as well. For distributors, retailers, and consumers alike, DENSO First Time Fit® remanufactured starters are the ideal choice. Features: High-voltage tested armature and field coils to ensure reliable performance; Premium copper terminals to ensure a clean source of electrical current; All-new bearings, brushes, and seals; Benefits: Maximum cranking torque under all conditions; Class leaders in size and weight; Environmentally designed to start in cold and hot weather conditions
Brand: Denso
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Drive Type Block Engine CID CC
2008 - Infiniti M35 VQ35DE AWD V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498
Hitachi
2003 Infiniti G35 Starter Motor Hitachi

P311-47E6662    W0133-2058739  New

Qty:
$505.63
Hitachi Starter Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement - Reman
  • Production: 01/01/2002-
Brand: Hitachi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2003 - Infiniti G35 Fr:01-01-02
Hitachi
2003 Infiniti FX35 Starter Motor Hitachi

P311-47E6662    W0133-2058739  New

Qty:
$505.63
Hitachi Starter Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement - Reman
  • Production: 11/01/2002-
Brand: Hitachi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Prod. Date Range
2003 - Infiniti FX35 RWD Fr:11-01-02
Hitachi
2008 Infiniti M35 Starter Motor Hitachi

P311-47E6662    W0133-2058739  New

Qty:
$505.63
Hitachi Starter Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement - Reman
Brand: Hitachi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel
2008 - Infiniti M35 Base
Hitachi
2004 Infiniti G35 Starter Motor Hitachi

P311-47E6662    W0133-2058739  New

Qty:
$505.63
Hitachi Starter Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement - Reman
  • Production: -09/30/2003
Brand: Hitachi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Infiniti G35 To:09-30-03
Hitachi
2007 Infiniti G35 Starter Motor Hitachi

P311-47E6662    W0133-2058739  New

Qty:
$505.63
Hitachi Starter Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement - Reman
  • Production: 08/01/2006-
Brand: Hitachi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Prod. Date Range
2007 - Infiniti G35 Coupe Fr:08-01-06
Hitachi
2006 Infiniti M35 Starter Motor Hitachi

P311-47E6662    W0133-2058739  New

Qty:
$505.63
Hitachi Starter Motor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • OE Replacement - Reman
  • Production: 01/01/2005-
Brand: Hitachi
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Prod. Date Range
2006 - Infiniti M35 Sport Fr:01-01-05

Latest Infiniti Repair and Starter Installation Advice

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97 Infiniti J30 Starting Problems

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Question From lizabtch11 on 97 Infiniti J30 Starting Problems

Hey guys... I have a 97 infiniti j30 and i have to keep turning the key back and forth in the switch and the car will only start occasionally. I have replaced the starter in it. I have no idea where to go from here. Any suggestions?

Thanks!!

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Get your battery tested. Clean the connections shiny and coat in dielectric grease. Do the same thing where the wires for power and ground end up on the engine block and the starter motor. If the connections have been confirmed good and battery tested good it's time to check for power to the small trigger wire on the starter solenoid. If that passes the test you'll be doing voltage drop tests on the power and ground circuits.

Start with cleaning the connections and having the battery load tested first. Most parts stores will do the testing for free.

'04 Infiniti G35, Whirring/Grinding/Thrrrrr Noise On Startup

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Question From birdland1982 on '04 Infiniti G35, Whirring/Grinding/Thrrrrr Noise On Startup

2004 Infiniti G35, 6 cylinder, 124,000 miles.

On startup, after the normal engine startup noise there is immediately a "whirring/grinding/thrrrrrrrrr" noise for about two seconds before the engine returns to normal sound.

The noise is most pronounced first startup of the day, after it has been resting overnight. Subsequent startups throughout the day the noise is less pronounced or non-existent. It is worse if the car has been resting a few days.

Took it to my mechanic, who replaced my engine in March, to see if it was something covered under engine warantee (6 months).

He diagnosed it as a problem with the starter. He said it is something to do with the reduction gear grinding against the starter? I didn't really understand what he was talking about. He said they tried to lube it/clean it but it wasn't possible so they have to replace the starter. Another mechanic that I had look at the problem thought that it was a timing chain problem.

Does a problem with the starter seem like a correct diagnosis?

Any idea how much this should cost to repair?

Is the starter something that should be included under a warantee for a new engine, or did they probably not replace the starter when they installed the new engine?

Thank you in advance.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

At a glance and your description it sounds a lot like a solenoid and starter drive. If witnessed and will misbehave shouldn't be that hard to diagnose. Those parts come with a replacement starter but most can be done separately if a tech wants to take the time,

T

2004 infiniti qx56 wont start

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Question From desert890 on 2004 infiniti qx56 wont start

I think this a starter issue but it might be more. when i first started having problems i would turn the key the lights would come on and everything seems fine but the car wouldn't start. all i would hear is one click, im guessing that's the starter. after trying for a few times the engine try's to turn over but doesn't fully start. then it does start. it was fine for a few hours every time i had to start it. the issue happened again later that day. the car went back to just not starting. then trying to start then back to nothing at all. the next day it worked then it went back to not even cranking. i had replaced the battery and it worked perfect for a whole 24 hrs then back to no cranking. im lost plz help

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

OK - Read this when if applicable to all crank (if normal cranking) and isn't starting.........
http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/General_Discussions_F5/IF_YOUR_STARTER_CRANKS_THE_ENGINE_BUT_IT_WILL_NOT_START_P75655/
By description of a click and nothing but some lights first points to a bad battery connection to me. Dash lights and interior lights working at all or some means almost nothing about this UNLESS THEY GO OUT when trying to crank engine which is the HUGE draw on a battery.
This worked for 24 hours with a new battery seems to narrow this down to 2 things. Battery itself wasn't connected well no matter how it looked and in changing it was better and or not charging enough also to keep up a full charge with old one or now new one. You need at least a voltmeter to watch voltage drop when starting and when it's running then turn on items like lights, defroster, blower fan and also watch if it keeps up.
Also know this: New if battery was new and not just another doesn't mean it's fully charged! It has enough power if not ancient from being unsold new to start you then your charging system takes over and charges the NEW one too. All should be charged by a charger before sold or installed and almost never are. Just know that.
In the process of a battery failing (your old one) if so and this case not proven alternator works so hard trying it can kill itself or compromise its ability so one needs the other. It also stresses lousy battery connections.


For now I'd really clean battery terminals and cable ends at least, charge battery and take voltage observations. I'd expect it to start right up with a fresh charge then know it's doing its job or not right away,


T

Starter motor delay?

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Question From zmasterflex on Starter motor delay?

Around a month ago I changed the starter on my friends Infinity G20 1999. The starter was bad because it wouldn't turn unless we hit it (confirmed by machine in autozone). After I changed it the car still wouldn't turn over but my friend told me that his engine never turned over unless he held the key in the start position for 2-3 seconds. I never heard of that before but he said it's always been like that with this particular car and he was satisfied with the new starter so I left it alone. Today he called me to tell me that his car isn't starting unless he holds the key in the start position for closer to 10 seconds and it's making a hissing noise somewhere under the hood until the starter motor actually starts turning. Im curious if anyone has ever heard of such a long delay for the starter motor to start turning. thanks

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

No that's not normal at all.

I can't look at the circuit right now but I always start with the easiest stuff 1st (I'm lazy like that). If the relay is accessable swap it out with a similar one, after that you'll probably have to start voltage drop testing the circuit. It really sounds like you got some serious resistance some where...

Maybe jump the trigger wire off the ign sw to see if it will crank right away. That will help point you in the right direction...

Response From zmasterflex

Thanks for the reply, I was kind of hoping it wasn't electrical. After I changed the starter and it still didn't start (until he told me that there was that delay) I spent close to an hour on the phone with a dealer, and 2 different auto parts suppliers getting conflicting reports about the associated relays. The dealer told me that there was no starter relay for this make and model while advance autoparts had one in their computer but it was 600 miles away. No-one was able to tell me where it was located. There is a labeled fusebox and relay box under the hood but there isn't one labeled starter relay (or anything resembling that). How and where do I look for it? thanks

Response From Hammer Time

It's called a Park/Neutral inhibitor relay used with an auto trans to lock out the starter in drive.
It's located in the relay box in the engine compartment.



Locations

please help! car doesnt start - not batt/starter

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Question From ashleycary on please help! car doesnt start - not batt/starter

Please help me!

I have a 1993 Infiniti G20 (131k miles). On Sunday I drove it for a while to get gas, when I turned the car to leave the gas station, it decided not to start. I put the key in and started the ignition. I can turn my key all the way to the start position and, although all the diagnostic lights turn on as usual, there are no noises or clicks.

I tested the battery and it's fine.

I had someone else try to replace the starter, and that seems to be working fine.

At this point I'm running out of money (my scholarship ended so I have tuition to pay for as well) and options. Can anyone please tell me what else could be wrong?

THANK YOU for all your help in advance!!

Response From Tom Greenleaf



On a budget: Ok - how did you test battery and starter (pic of starter above) ? Did someone just "try" to replace the starter or did they?? How is it that it seems to be working fine? Is this car stuck right now?

This could be a neutral safety switch but let's diag that first. Try with key in just run moving the gear selector out of park and thru them all and back - try to start and also try it in neutral - may work and let us know.

Some cheap must have tools: WalMart - 12v test light $3.96, Pair of test leads/jumper wires (red-black with alligator clips at each end) just $2.96. If you want to splurge get the multimeter for $9.96. Are we in budget?

Just take note of the pic right now. I/we might refer to it later for some places to check, hit with hammer or something

T

Response From ashleycary Top Rated Answer

we not only tested the battery with a volt meter, but also hooked up jumper cables with another car. He also ran the starter directly from the battery and the starter worked fine.

We did try the selecting different gears and starting... no luck :(

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok: Is this to say when just jumped battery to battery it still didn't work but did if you went with a battery cable right to the starter? I think that's what you mean.

In the pic is a large cable and a small one out of sight in that pic. The larger stays at battery voltage. There is a connection from that to the starter that would bypass the solonoid which is the smaller job on top where all the wires connect. If you touched the smaller wire with batter 12v it should engage the starter. Is that what you did that made the starter work?

What's happening there is your key gives a low dose 12v (smaller wire) to that solonoid which is a heavy duty switch which essentially connectes the battery right to the starter with a little wire to your ignition instead of trying to run a heavy cable to one switch in the dash - all cars do that in some manner. With a test light or that voltmeter you should detect 12v at the little wire just when the key is turned to start - we need to know that.

That little wire goes thru a switch at transmission to only allow current thru it when the trans is in Park or Neutral and in standard shift cars detects that the clutch is pushed down - - all that so the car doesn't take off if you are in gear.

You are getting no sound at all with just the key so I doubt there's that intermittent voltage is getting there. Again if you just did that with a jumper wire it should start or crank anyway. If not the solonoid might not be making the switching action. Need to know just what wire and size you jumped that did work.

Just back from WallyWorld no less and those jumper wires are only $1.57 - 3 feet each with the alligator clips. Volt meter can work as a test light - just that some are harder to use for just detecting any current.

Hit back - I'm a little confused as to just what worked and what didn't when you said going direct,

T

Response From ashleycary

THANKS EVERYONE it was the STARTER RELAY