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Re: Starter wont turn over and coil it getting hot.

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Jon Hagen

08-19-2012 16:06:29

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Reall no reason to unbolt the starter to unjam it. Just put the tractor in the highest gear and push rearward on a rear tire. rock it to the rear until you see the radiator fan move, the starter will be loose.

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08-19-2012 19:03:44

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 Re: Starter wont turn over and coil it getting hot. in reply to Jon Hagen, 08-19-2012 16:06:29  
I have found many times that only works once in a while. Unbolting works 100%^ of the time

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08-19-2012 18:40:56

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 Re: Starter wont turn over and coil it getting hot. in reply to Jon Hagen, 08-19-2012 16:06:29  
Thanks guys alot for the information, took the starter out and it"s not working very good, I tested it once I got it off and it only works when I tap on the back so I am going to take it tomorrow and get it rebuilt

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08-19-2012 19:04:50

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 Re: Starter wont turn over and coil it getting hot. in reply to Nate926, 08-19-2012 18:40:56  
Tapping on it says it has bad brushes in it so yep replace or rebuild

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