Hot Starting Problem
I have a 1993 Ranger that's been giving me some problems. About 3 months ago the starter began to drag turning the motor over until eventually it stopped all together. The truck has roughly 350k miles on it so I assumed it was just the starter going bad and so I replaced it. Well here we are again and the starter has began to do the same thing again. It cranks up fine in the morning. But once its warm, if I turn the truck off and let it set for a few minutes, it struggles to turn the motor over. If it sits for a few hours it will crank up just fine though. Is the motor under some sort of tension once its warm and I turn if off that is fighting the starter? Or could I have something that is making the starter go bad? Any help would be greatly appreciated.