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Re: 9N Won't turn over

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01-28-2014 15:32:55

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If your 9N is wired as original, it has no solenoid to "click".

It has a mechanical switch to connect the battery to the starter.

No noise from that.
You could take the starter out and test it. (or have it tested)

I try to do the easy/cheap things first, like rocking the tire.

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Jim Shepard

01-28-2014 15:52:56

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 Re: 9N Won't turn over in reply to Royse, 01-28-2014 15:32:55  
Just rocked it - nothing. How does one test a starter?

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01-28-2014 16:01:08

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 Re: 9N Won't turn over in reply to Jim Shepard, 01-28-2014 15:52:56  
You can maybe test it one of a few ways. #1 Use a heavy cable like a battery jump cable etc and go from the ignition side of the battery to the starter. Make 1000% sure it is out of gear. Touch the stud on the starter. If good it should spin the engine over. If all it does is spark it is locked up in the ring gear or bad. If no spark bad or bad ground
#2 remove the starter. Be careful since these starter come all apart if you pull them out with out installing nuts on the starter bolts. Then take it to an auto parts store. Do not tell them it is 6 volts or you might confuse them

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