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BMW E30 325i M20 2.5L Engine Starter Parts

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Re manufactured starter

Price includes $45 core charge

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Bosch - Corporate Logo
ES#:
3105969
Mfg#:
SR443X

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Genuine BMW - Corporate Logo
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2919438
Mfg#:
07119904202

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Includes refundable $100.00 core charge.

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Genuine BMW - Corporate Logo
ES#:
3104724
Mfg#:
12412289185

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Starter for BMW 3 Series E30 (1984-1991)

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Replacing a failed starter in any BMW can be an involved task. Make sure to replace any broken or frayed wires and install the new starter with a fresh set of bolts.

Bosch Starter Motor - E30 325e 325i 325is 325ix E34 525i

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Expected Ship Date: Nov 5, 2021

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Bosch is one of the largest OEM producers of Genuine BMW and aftermarket parts in the world, providing parts for almost every major automotive manufacturer. Bosch has likely supplied many of the original electrical (and mechanical) parts for your BMW. Thanks to their exacting assembly process and high level of durability you can expect a long service life from all Bosch products.

This genuine Bosch Starter motor fits the following BMWs:
1987-1991 E30 3 Series 325i 325is 325ix 325ic
1989-1987-1988 E30 3 Series 325e 325es 12/1986-1988
1989-1990 E34 5 Series 525i M20 engine only
1987-1988 E28 5 Series 528e 12/1986-1988

 

Includes $45 core charge to be refunded on return of your rebuildable core.

 

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OEM Bosch Starter Motor - E30 M3 (SR440X)

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T#:426

Part#:12411466094

Expected Ship Date: Nov 5, 2021

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If your car won't turn over, there is a good chance your starter is shot. Bosch's OEM starter is a high quality replacement that will give you peace of mind thanks to its long life-span. OEM replacement for the original BMW part # 12411312104 and 12411312130.

Bosch is one of the largest OEM producers of Genuine BMW and aftermarket parts in the world, providing parts for almost every major automotive manufacturer. Bosch has likely supplied many of the original electrical (and mechanical) parts for your BMW. Thanks to their quality, high durability, and reliability, you should expect a long service life from Bosch products. . This is a remanufactured unit, $40 core charge included. 

As a leading source of high performance BMW parts and accessories since 1993, we at Turner Motorsport are honored to be the go-to supplier for tens of thousands of enthusiasts the world over. With over two decades of parts, service, and racing experience under our belt, we provide only quality performance and replacement parts.  All of our performance parts are those we would (and do!) install and run on our own cars, as well as replacement parts that are Genuine BMW or from OEM manufacturers. We only offer parts we know you can trust to perform!

This is a OEM Bosch E30 M3 Starter Motor. It fits all 1987-1991 E30 M3s (S14).

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OEM Bosch Remanufactured Starter - E30 E34 E46 E39 Z3

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T#:373255

Part#:12417578684KT

Expected Ship Date: Oct 21, 2021

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If your car won't turn over, there is a good chance your starter is shot. Bosch's OEM starter is a high-quality replacement that will give you peace of mind thanks to its long life-span.

Bosch is one of the largest OEM producers of Genuine BMW and aftermarket parts in the world, providing parts for almost every major automotive manufacturer. Bosch has likely supplied many of the original electrical (and mechanical) parts for your BMW. Thanks to their quality, high durability, and reliability, you should expect a long service life from Bosch products.

As a leading source of high-performance BMW parts and accessories since 1993, we at Turner Motorsport are honored to be the go-to supplier for tens of thousands of enthusiasts the world over. With over two decades of parts, service, and racing experience under our belt, we provide only quality performance and replacement parts. All of our performance parts are those we would (and do!) install and run on our own cars, as well as replacement parts that are Genuine BMW or from OEM manufacturers. We only offer parts we know you can trust to perform!

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Bosch Starter Motor - E30 325e 325es E28 528e E21 323i

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Expected Ship Date: Nov 5, 2021

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Bosch is one of the largest OEM producers of Genuine BMW and aftermarket parts in the world, providing parts for almost every major automotive manufacturer. Bosch has likely supplied many of the original electrical (and mechanical) parts for your BMW. Thanks to their exacting assembly process and high level of durability you can expect a long service life from all Bosch products.​

This genuine Bosch Starter fits the following BMWs:
1984-1985 E30 3 Series 323i 325e 325es
1982-12/1986 E28 5 Series 528e
1977-1983E21 3 Series 320/6 323i

 

Includes $45.00 core charge to be refunded on return of your rebuildable core.

 

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Bosch Starter Motor for E36 E46 Z3 6 Cylinder (SR0448X)

Bosch Starter Motor for E36 E46 Z3 6 Cylinder (SR0448X)

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T#:338004

Part#:12411712937

Expected Ship Date: Nov 5, 2021

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E36/E46/M50/M52/M54 STARTER - THIS ONE IS THE "LATER" STYLE THAT DOES NOT REQUIRE NUTS. A refundable core charge will be added to your sale, refunded to you when we get your old starter back. Replaces Bosch part number SR0445X.

Bosch is one of the largest OEM producers of Genuine BMW and aftermarket parts in the world, providing parts for almost every major automotive manufacturer. Bosch has likely supplied many of the original electrical (and mechanical) parts for your BMW. Thanks to their exacting assembly process and high level of durability you can expect a long service life from all Bosch products.​

This item fits the following BMWs:
1990-1991 E30 BMW 318i 318is 318ic
1992-1998 E36 BMW 318i 318is 318ti 318ic 323is 323ic 325i 325is 325ic 328i 328is 328ic M3
1999-2005 E46 BMW 323i 323ci 325i 325ci 325xi 328i 328ci 330i 330ci 330xi
1991-1995 E34 BMW 525i
1997-2003 E39 BMW 525i 528i 530i
2004-2005 E60 BMW 525i 530i
2004-2005 E83 BMW X3 2.5i X3 3.0i
1996-2002 Z3 BMW Z3 1.9 Z3 2.3 Z3 2.5i Z3 2.8 Z3 3.0i
1998-2000 Z3 BMW M Roadster M Coupe
2003-2005 E85 BMW Z4 2.5i Z4 3.0i Show More Show Less

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Starter

Old cars had those funny cranking handles at the front to get them spinning. Your E30 doesn't. Why not? Because you have a Starter, that's why.

The Starter is an incredibly powerful electric motor, designed to spin your engine up to a speed that's fast enough for the explosions to take over and drive the engine continuously. If your engine goes below that speed, it will stall and you'll need your Starter to spin it back up again. It's that simple.

It does this by driving a very small cog, known as a Bendix against the toothed edge of your engine's flywheel. This cog is pushed out from the body of the starter when you turn the ignition key by a solenoid; as soon as you release the ignition key, the bendix disengages and the starter shuts off.

The starter unit on all E30s is self-contained and non-serviceable; you can't separate the starter motor from the solenoid or its internal switching relay. Fortunately, there are very few reported cases of faulty starters, and the most common cause of starter motors not working is the wiring.

The starter motor assembly is a one-piece unit, and is not designed with disassembly and servicing in mind. But it's worth knowing what's going in inside the assembly, so here's a run-down.

Starter Motor

The starter motor sits on the side of the engine block, just underneath the intake manifold. It's held in place by two bolts that screw into the gearbox bell housing, and is fed by wires from the engine loom.

The motor itself is a 1.4kW unit, specific to each engine. It needs to be this powerful to kick-start the flywheel into spinning at a speed that will allow the engine to run from its own combustions.

Solenoid

Since the starter motor needs so much power to get moving, it would be dangerous to run that sort of current through the ignition switch. So the motor is switched by an internal solenoid; a simple relay that uses the signal from the ignition switch to activate the more powerful motor.

When your Battery is flat, it will be the solenoid that you can hear clicking from the engine bay if the starter isn't spinning. However, if you don't even hear clicking, don't suspect that the solenoid is at fault; E30 starters are surprisingly robust, and solenoid failure is extremely rare.

If you do suspect a faulty solenoid, then unfortunately you have to replace the entire starter, as it cannot be disassembled.

Bendix

The Bendix is a special cog mechanism that allows the starter to engage with the engine flywheel. It's designed to move in and out of the starter when needed; if it didn't retract after the motor starts the engine, then the flywheel would be driving the starter which would ultimately burn out the motor.

Therefore, the Bendix is both a cog and an extending mechanism. The cog itself is specific not only to the flywheel but to the age of the vehicle; facelift engines have different flywheel teeth to pre-facelift cars, and therefore the Bendix must be different to match.

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Your engine loom will have four wires. What's more, an E30 facelift motor should have two 8mm studs, one 6mm stud and a 5mm one. The common mistake is that the four wires go to a different nut each. Not so. Here's how it's wired.

  • The small green/black wire goes to the 5mm stud at the top of the starter
  • The thick red and thick black power cables go to one of the big 8mm studs; the one on the "outer" side of the starter, away from the engine block. These should connect to the alternator and battery respectively.
  • The thick black cable goes to the 6mm stud at the bottom of the starter.

Green/black goes to the unloader relays and provides a signal causing them to drop out when you are starting the car. The other smaller wire on the solenoid is the one that provides the power to pull the solenoid in.

Many people jump to the conclusion that if the engine won't start then the problem must lay with the Starter. They then go to the massive trouble of replacing the Starter, only to find that their problem persists.

Before you even consider swapping your starter, it is essential to try starting the engine using the Diagnostic Plug. This will determine whether the fault is with the starter, or the starter signal. If the starter spins from the diagnostic plug but not from the ignition key, then the problem is with the black or black/green wire, or the ignition switch itself.

If the solenoid is clicking but not engaging the main motor, and it is receiving good power and grounding, this indicates two possible problems. Either the actuating arm that pulls the starting gear is sticking, thus not allowing the big terminals within the starter solenoid to make contact and activate the motor, or the solenoid itself is faulty.

If your Starter refuses to spin, and you're certain that the Battery is not to blame, then you need to check the thick power cables from the starter to the battery, that all the connections are tight and free of corrosion, and that the earth straps from the battery to the car body, and from the car body to the engine block, are also connected properly.

If you are confident in your cables, pull the starter out and make sure the lever and gear are moving freely, add some waterproof grease if necessary.

Test the solenoid by grounding it and supplying power to the #50 (black/yellow) terminal and then test if you have continuity across the 2 large terminals. Preferably connect something that has a large current draw across the terminals to ensure that this continuity is capable of transferring a large current.

Sours: https://www.e30zone.net/e30wiki/index.php/Starter
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