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florin

12-21-2003 17:51:22




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Is it posible that the engine starter could get weak and not be able to crank the engine over more then one turn? And if so can I rebuild this starter?




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florin

12-22-2003 16:06:46




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 Re: Re: D15 starter in reply to ED, 12-22-2003 03:52:43  
Looks that way, the only other thing is to put a better starter in it and see what happens.
My e-mail is FJMerluse@aol.com
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old

12-21-2003 20:41:59




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 Re: D15 starter in reply to florin, 12-21-2003 17:51:22  
You can also check how hot the starter gets right after trying to start it, if it hot then you probably have trouble with it. And yes they get hot if you turn an engine over for a long time, but if it only turns over a few times and won't turn over more it should not bevery hot. You might also check your battery cables if they are getting bad they can be the problem also



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Dale(MS)

12-21-2003 20:12:58




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 Re: D15 starter in reply to florin, 12-21-2003 17:51:22  
Florin, Yes you can rebuild the starter. Make sure when you are trying to crank the tractor the hydralic lift selector is in the down position. Also might try cranking with the foot clutch pushed in and see if it makes a difference. If the tractor has been sitting for a long time there might be moisture in the engine and in the other parts that can cause problems. Dale



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