CARQUEST of Chelsea: Buy A Starter
A starter system consists of the motor, solenoid, and battery. At CARQUEST of Chelsea we understand these vital components are the key to starting any engine. The starter's solenoid transfers battery power to the starter motor. This provides power to the starter gear and allows it to mesh with the gear teeth of the engine's flywheel, "turning over an engine". When we start a car we trust the starter's powerful electric motor to crank the engine flawlessly every time. From time to time, even the best-maintained cars and trucks need starter repairs.
Get a new starter at CARQUEST of Chelsea manufactured under the highest ISO Quality Standards to ensure top quality on your next starter repair or replacement. Select a starter with all the engineering enhancements needed to keep the sophisticated computer and electronic systems working perfectly. When you buy a starter at CARQUEST of Chelsea rest assured that key components are lubricated to help with long term durability under high heat and friction. Starter manufacturers computer test solenoid contact life, coil balance, and pull strength. Ask CARQUEST of Chelsea about buying the right starter for your car to ensure all measurements and key mounting surfaces, and contact points fit properly. Call today! 734-475-3741
What our clients are saying about us
We have established longterm and stable partnerships with various clients thanks to our excellence in solving their automotive needs!
Every experience is perfect. Just today, my 1988 truck door latch gizmo breaks or is stuck. I exit truck but can't close the door. It's pouring down rain. I call local dealership where I have serviced and ask for a house call or at least help of some kind. They tell me to bring it in and they will look at but parts will take time to order. I am thinking "but it's pouring down rain and it's 55 speed limit on road into town." I hang up and remember how wonderful Chelsea Carquest guys have been since I bought this truck. I call tell them the problem and they tell me the "trick" to fix it--you need to pull the outside handle up (like you are opening it) in order the the latch to release and go back into place. I run outside in the rain, I try it and it works! Love these guys every time. Now I can go to work!.