ok last june we got a 2003 dodge durango 5.9 v8 magnum love the beast.. however since purchase i have replaced the alternator battery and connecters as well as belts i figure that it just seemed to be normal things that should be replaced from tim to time..now it only has 66.ooo miles on it the kicker is i have had to replace 4 starters in the thing..why oh why cant i get a starter to work in this truck..even too it back to where the remote starter was put in and it seems fine and in order at first the starter would squeel then almost sound like it was hitting the flywheel the just not start at all..now per my mechanic the flywheel is fine so at this im at a loss
thanks for your time
What I've found is that purchasing a new starter in stead of a refurbished one is much more reliable. It may cost more but it worked for me. Also, make sure you have it installed and lined up correctly.