2015 Honda Fit Starter

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  • Part # DL5375S
  • SKU # 102972

Notes: Premium reman

  • PRICE: 334.99
  • Tooth Quantity: 9
  • Starter Rotation: Clockwise
  • Voltage: 12.0
  • Family: PLGR (Planetary Gear Reduction)
  • Mounting Bolt Hole Quantity: Flange

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2015 Honda Fit Starter

Reliable starting depends on a reliable 2015 Fit starter, which begins turning the engine to kick off the 4-stroke combustion cycle. Signs that a starter is on its way out are difficult to spot until it fails outright, but sometimes the vehicle will intermittently fail to start before ceasing to start entirely. Check out these 2015 Honda Fit starters and purchase an option from a brand you trust.

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Randy

in 4 months

I bought this starter to replace the OEM starter on a 2015 Honda Fit that was intermittent. I had an extraordinarily difficult time to get the bottom bolt out of the starter. Turns out that the bottom bolt was cross-threaded and/or galled by the factory during installation. The starter I purchased from AutoZone also had damaged threads on the flange where this lower bolt threads. Makes me wonder if this was a common occurrence and the quality control during remanufacture didn't see this issue. To their credit, AutoZone swapped it out for another replacement overnight. The second one seemed to have a brand new flange and the threads were perfect. The installation was very easy and the bolt threaded in easily. Be sure to look closely at these threads if you purchase this starter. So far it has performed just fine. The OEM starter only had 60,000 miles on it. Hope this one lasts longer.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2015 Honda Fit

I bought this starter to replace the OEM starter on a 2015 Honda Fit that was intermittent. I had an extraordinarily difficult time to get the bottom bolt out of the starter. Turns out that the bottom bolt was cross-threaded and/or galled by the factory during installation. The starter I purchased from AutoZone also had damaged threads on the flange where this lower bolt threads. Makes me wonder if this was a common occurrence and the quality control during remanufacture didn't see this issue. To their credit, AutoZone swapped it out for another replacement overnight. The second one seemed to have a brand new flange and the threads were perfect. The installation was very easy and the bolt threaded in easily. Be sure to look closely at these threads if you purchase this starter. So far it has performed just fine. The OEM starter only had 60,000 miles on it. Hope this one lasts longer.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2015 Honda Fit