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A C C Bad starter

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Bill from WI.

09-11-2000 09:08:34




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Can the starter be rebuilt in the barn or do I have to buy a new one. Where do I go to have it fixed. It sounds like its not going all the way out and grinding against the gear. It happens about every tenth time I start it. Also what options do I have when in comes to belly mowers?




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Leon

09-11-2000 16:47:25




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 Re: A C C Bad starter in reply to Bill from WI., 09-11-2000 09:08:34  
Bill, before you replace the starter, check to see if the starter pinion gear stop did not screw itself inward, and not let the gear out far enough to mesh with the ring gear. I'm not sure, but your's MIGHT be similar to mine. I had this happen on my WD45 and thought it might be the ring gear or pinion until I seen this. On my starter, the pinion gear slams against a threaded bushing that likes to "work" itself inward for some reason. I have to take it off and restake it once in a while to keep it from turning in. Works every time. Hope yours is this simple. Leon in Mn.

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Bill

09-12-2000 12:18:34




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 Re: Re: A C C Bad starter in reply to Leon, 09-11-2000 16:47:25  
Thanks for taking the time to help me out. The starter is comming out tonight.



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Dick L

09-11-2000 10:07:00




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 Re: A C C Bad starter in reply to Bill from WI., 09-11-2000 09:08:34  

You should pull the starter out and check the ring gear. Very seldom will you be able to change starter drives without changing ring gears without having the problem reaccure. Sometimes, if the ring gear is not wore to bad, you can take the gear off and turn it 1/4 turn and it will last for quite awhile. A new ring gear is about 36.00 and a starter drive is about 40.00. Changeing the started drive is no big deal but you have to split the tractor to change the ring gear.

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Bill

09-12-2000 12:21:41




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 Re: Re: A C C Bad starter in reply to Dick L, 09-11-2000 10:07:00  
Thanks for the info. I'm going to start this project tonight.



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Glenn

09-11-2000 09:16:27




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 Re: A C C Bad starter in reply to Bill from WI., 09-11-2000 09:08:34  
Any good automotive electrical shop can rebuild it for you. I've got a starter I plan to have rebuilt this month. It behaves exactly like yours does. My thinking is that it isn't turning fast enough to make the pinion gear mesh fully with the ring gear, due to worn brushes, dirty contacts, etc.



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Bill

09-12-2000 12:24:53




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 Re: Re: A C C Bad starter in reply to Glenn, 09-11-2000 09:16:27  
Thanks for the help, I'm going to try rebuilding it myself, If that does not work i'll have to bring it in.



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