Sierra Inboard Starter for GM Engines
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Sierra Inboard Starter for GM Engines
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Sierra Inboard Starter for GM Engines

Sierra Inboard Starter for GM Engines is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Item No. 322576
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Brand New, Not Rebuilt! Manufactured with top-quality parts, these starters meet or exceed OEM marine specifications. All units are interchangeable with OEM replacement starters.

Sierra Marine is the world's largest supplier of premium aftermarket marine engine and drive parts and accessories. many Sierra parts are made in the same plants as the original engine manufacturers' parts and are engineered to meet or exceed the factory original part. All Sierra parts are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

For GM engines with bottom-mount straight-across bolt pattern. Standard clockwise rotation. '70-'78 GM 100-245 hp.
Mercruiser:
50-17251A3
50-76965A4
50-77328A3
50-808011A1
50-99417A2
50-99419A3
OMC:
981078
982121
983444
983790
985966
Mercury:
50-90983A1
50-90983T1
Volvo
83493-0
855326-5
Chris Craft: 16.61-00042
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  • Interchangeable with OEM replacement starters
  • Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
  • For GM engines with bottom-mount bolt pattern
  • Standard clockwise rotation
  • Unit Weight 19.78 lb
    Brand Sierra
    Sierra Inboard Starter for GM Engines is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent This is a strong starter. It cranks much faster than my previous starter. The shipping was very fast, and I am very pleased with my purchase.
    Date published: 2017-09-08
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    I need a starter for my 1988 Chris Craft. It now has a Autozone starter but the starter keeps breaking. 3 times I've replaced the starter only to have the starter work 4 to 5 times. The starter is making a grinding noise when cranked.

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Well I can definately tell you that your starter isn't working very long because it is not marine certified. All marine engine parts have a number SAE1171 stamped on them. That number means that the engine part is marine certified and will not explode. Automobile parts are not certified for marine use because they rarely are exposed to salt water. You need a marine starter, and we can find one for your engine, but we need more information from you. The serial number of your engine would be great which for chris craft inboard boats is located on the firing piston on a metal tag. We also need to know the brand of your engine (crusader, pleasurecraft marine, indmar, etc), ford or chevy block, the year of the engine, and the CID/HP/Liter rating for the engine. Please gather as much information as you can and call 888-683-7866 for assistance.
    Answered by: Justin
    Date published: 2017-01-27

    hi,,,,,I have a 1991 mercrusier 3.0 v4 engine Will this fit?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Please contact our tech department. 1-800-334-6541
    Answered by: Casey Marine Buyer
    Date published: 2015-09-23

    1995 merc i/o 140 hp 3.0 what starter/

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Please contact our tech department. 1-800-334-6541
    Answered by: Casey Marine Buyer
    Date published: 2015-09-23

    I have a 1972 omc 120 4 cylender outdrive. What starter will fit my boat?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    For us to properly assist you and make sure that we get you the correct starter for your engine we are going to need a little more information from you. On your old existing starter there should be a sequence of numbers; those numbers should be your serial number for that starter and it may also have a part number. Please gather that information and contact us here at Overton's at 1-888-OVERTON and any of our Technical Product Specialist will be glad to assist you in selecting the correct starter for your engine.
    Answered by: Brooks, Marine Buyer
    Date published: 2015-09-23
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