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WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED IT FOR THE WET

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Marcus

10-21-2003 11:30:34




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I have a WD45 and all the starter does is spins it doesnt engage into the flywheel and it doesnt seem to have any adjustment accept for this bolt on the side of the block that holds the starter in Thanks for your help

MARCUS




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Loren

10-22-2003 11:19:10




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 Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED IT FOR THE in reply to Marcus, 10-21-2003 11:30:34  
Take the starter off and take it in to an automotive electric shop. They can put a new Bendix on it and that should solve your problem. If it doesn't, that would mean you have major problems! About the only thing I can think of that would let it spin if the Bendix is not the problem would be that there are teeth missing on your flywheel. You could prove that is or is not the problem by pushing or pulling the tractor enough to turn the engine over and then trying the starter again.

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Steve in N.J.

10-22-2003 06:19:29




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 Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED IT FOR THE in reply to Marcus, 10-21-2003 11:30:34  
Marcus, We service and sell starters for AC machines. Have one in stock for WD/WD45 gas. If interested drop us a line....
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits



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R. Marg

10-21-2003 14:17:44




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 Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED IT FOR THE in reply to Marcus, 10-21-2003 11:30:34  
sounds like the drive/bendex is bad probably will need to replace it



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Red Tail Hawk

10-22-2003 13:28:59




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 Re: Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED IT FOR in reply to R. Marg, 10-21-2003 14:17:44  
Lorn is right befor you buy a new starter Check for missing teeth on fiy wheel thats what happened to me - had to put on new ring gear good luck



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Jack

10-22-2003 20:25:10




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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED IT in reply to Red Tail Hawk, 10-22-2003 13:28:59  
You might want to pull your starter and be sure the bendix is not so dry that it won't let the starter gear spin out to contact your ring gear. It has to spin out against spring pressure-which disengages it from the flywheel when you release your starter pull rod. If it is free then you will probably need a rebuild of the bendix. If not free lube it and work it manually on the spiral gears 'till it is free.

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Marcus

10-23-2003 10:58:46




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP NEED in reply to Jack, 10-22-2003 20:25:10  
i know it isnt the bendex because when i have it out it goes to the top of the starter and there is no teeth missing off the flywheel i cranked it over by hand and it does the same thing.

Is there any way to adjust where the starter is positioned?

Thanks Marcus



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Phil Johnson

10-24-2003 20:05:10




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 Starter problems !!!HELP in reply to Marcus, 10-23-2003 10:58:46  
I had the same problem with my WD when I bought it. I measured the distance from the starter housing to the end of the drive gear when it was spun out and it was shorter than the distance from the mounting hole to the ring gear so it couldn't engage the flywheel. Gear looked the same otherwise. Got a good used WD starter and measured it and it fully engages the ring gear. End of problem. Sounds like you may have the wrong starter.

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