Do you know exactly what he did in referance to tweeking? as there not much you can do to starter as per adjustment?
Do they know if the starter is still running when the engines idleing?
Sorry He just actually moved the key in the ignition a bit ... nothing on the actual starter motor. I have noticed over the past few days that the car only seems to make the noise first thing ie: when it is cold. I didn't take the car out on Saturday until mid afternoon and didn't hear the noise at all. When it does make the noise now I move the key back a little.
Not sure about the starter still running when engines idles.
Hi..there thanks for your reply..
Probably could be a bad ignition switch it could well be worn..and thus if the key can be wiggled and does either way solve or cause the issue..then it likely the switch/tumbler itself is the area at fault..and not with the starter motor itself as you cant do any adjustment to that...but if the starters sticking on and you need to wiggle the key to get it to stop then the problem going to be switch/turmbler but they should actually inspect the wiring to the switch first..and if required replace the switch assembly.if the switch is still got the starter engaged or doesnt disengage when the key springs back..