The starter gear disengages from the car’s flywheel to avoid?

A. Damage to the starter

B. Generating excessive power

C. Overcharging the battery

D. Slowing down the engine

E. Stalling the engine

6 answers by real people - The starter gear disengages from the car’s flywheel to avoid?

  • 6 days ago

    Hi the device called the starter motor has completed it’s function to start the engine. it runs at a low speed. so it needs to disconnect. the engine would stall if it was not removed. so the mechanism is so designed to do just that disconnect. however this mechanism does need some maintenance after sometime as it gets dirt and old sticky grease in it’s working parts. so most get washed off in a solvent as gasoline is the most readily available that is often used. it needs to dry off before a thin oil is applied to lubricate the surfaces.

    so answers are A yes it will damage the starter motor, yes it could take excessive power, more likely to drain the battery, slow the engine down yes and finally stall it.

    so all but one of those is true.

    5 days ago

    It’s A nothing relate to transmission LOL

    100% A

  • mdk68gto, ase certified m tech
    6 days ago

    A mostly but all of the above.

  • Anonymous
    6 days ago

    the answer is A

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  • Timbo is here
    6 days ago


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