Consider your car's starter motor to be the training wheels for the engine. It aids in the start-up process. In principle, the starting motor is really basic. It's basically a little motor that assists in starting your car's much bigger engine. Despite its small size, it is quite strong and electric.
As the starter cranks, the engine catches up, taking in fuel and air until it's fully operational. Starters see a lot of action. It is not uncommon for them to breakdown and need repair.
One of the main reasons why your starter motor may not work is because of a bad ignition switch. If you notice issues such as your car key isn’t turning, the car isn’t starting, dashboard lights are flickering, car stalling, or your car accessories are not powering up, it means that your key ignition switch is faulty.