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D17 Series 1 starting "cough"

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Luke470

05-04-2021 10:11:12




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Hi all,

When trying to start my D17 it does the following. Was wondering what people thought.




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Luke470

05-04-2021 11:24:14




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Very MUCH appreciate your help.



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old

05-04-2021 11:46:22




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Always happy to help if and when I can



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Luke470

05-04-2021 11:23:01




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Very many appreciate your help.



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Luke470

05-04-2021 10:27:36




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 Re: D17 Series 1 starting in reply to Luke470, 05-04-2021 10:11:12  
That is what it's doing.

Guessing to replace the ring gear a tractor split is in order?



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old

05-04-2021 10:51:50




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 Re: D17 Series 1 starting in reply to Luke470, 05-04-2021 10:27:36  
Yes but I'd pull the starter off and have a look see before thinking about more work. Could also be the starter drive gear but not as likely as the ring gear



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Luke470

05-04-2021 10:16:06




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 Re: D17 Series 1 starting "cough" in reply to Luke470, 05-04-2021 10:11:12  
Couldn't get the video attached.

Basically it cranks over a few times and then it's like it hits a dead spot.



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05-04-2021 10:24:36




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 Re: D17 Series 1 starting in reply to Luke470, 05-04-2021 10:16:06  
As in cranks over then stops?? If that is happening pull the starter off and take a look at the ring gear it maybe missing some teeth



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