However you know a starter -- as a starter motor, a cranking motors, a self-starter, or otherwise -- it comes from the Land Rover factory either remanufactured or new. Whichever your SUV model has, how it works is relatively uncomplicated. It simply "cranks" or rotates your engine to get it running via a dedicated motor and relay. A remote starter can do this via a smart key fob and no more than the push of a button.
When your Land Rover won't start consistently or at all, though, it's usually because the starter is going out -- that is, if it hasn't gone bad already. Luckily, when a starter fails, there are some common causes, ranging from loose wiring and dirty terminals to corrosion and just plain damaged parts. The signs of problems with a starter are also easily recognizable. One is when you try starting your engine, it doesn't start, but your instrumentation lights up anyway. Another is when the engine only starts in some gears or drive modes, or when you've tried jump-starting and it hasn't worked. One of the most obvious, however, is a starter that's smoking or covered in oil.
The best solution, in any case? Install a new starter -- preferably, a genuine one.
Why Buy an OEM Starter vs. Aftermarket?
Land Rover manufactures them to fit your SUV specifically, a promise that you may not always get from off-brand starters.
Where to Order Genuine Land Rover Starters and Parts Online
Right here. You can browse our auto parts store's catalog by model and model year; that way, finding the best fit quickly is easy. Buy now, and you can take advantage of prompt shipping and delivery right to your doorstep. We ship across the nation, most in-stock starter parts ship in 24 hours, others can ship in 2-3 business days, and overnight shipping is optional. Plus, returning or canceling an order is hassle-free -- just get familiar with our store policy pages for complete info.
We'll be happy to help, should you have questions or concerns or need a little expert buying advice. Feel free to contact our parts team anytime.
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