Recommended For Your 2010 Honda Civic EX-LRemove Vehicle
Your engine starter is designed to utilize a 12-volt, high-amperage electrical source (a battery) to turn your engine over and start it. The starter, obviously, plays a significant role in starting your vehicle, so it's imperative that it remains in tip-top condition. AutoZone offers a number of starter motors and car starters for your specific make and model, so it's a simple swap-out. Don't let your starter ruin your day - replace it at AutoZone today.
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- Part Number: 19471
- Warranty: Limited Lifetime
- Notes: * With manual transmission * Premium Reman.
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A reliable starter rotates your engine between 85 and 150 RPMs, which is essential for the engine ignition process. When your ignition key is turned to the crank position, a low amperage electrical signal is sent to the anti-theft system and computer, which monitors the clutch safety switch positions or the gear selection.
The starter motor's electrical system, which helps run your vehicle, is comprised of a neutral safety switch (automatic transmissions only) or clutch safety switch (manual transmissions only), battery cables, battery, anti-theft system, computer, an ignition switch, a key fob and the starter itself. With so much relying on it, it's important to make sure your starter is in peak operating condition at all times. Luckily, AutoZone carries new car starters for a wide range of vehicles, with everything from starters for Honda Civic to a Toyota Camry starter. Drop by your local AutoZone to find out more about engine starters or order online and receive Free Shipping on purchases of $75 or more.
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