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AC b is the starter dead?

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jared

04-06-2004 15:59:10




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I got am AC B this weekend, when I got it home the starter didn't work,The battery and wires are good. Is it the starter or the switch is all I need.




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ingrid jacqueline chalmer

04-07-2004 11:37:18




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 Re: AC b is the starter dead? in reply to jared, 04-06-2004 15:59:10  
My name is Ingrid Chalmers Barraza, I live in Chile and we are looking for my grandfather John Howard Chalmers Wallace how born and died en USA around 1937, if you now where I can find the exactly year when he died, please tell me to my e-mail ingrid.chalmers@arcadis.cl

thank ingrid chalmers



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SteveinCT

04-07-2004 05:34:26




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 Re: AC b is the starter dead? in reply to jared, 04-06-2004 15:59:10  
Jared, First, charge the battery. It was in need of a good charge. Then clean both battery terminals and clamps with some fine sandpaper. Then put it all back together and tighten up the clamps to the terminals. You also might have to monkey around with the starter rod, as you are pushing it in. Sometimes they get a little bent. That starter is fine, don't worry about it. Worry about that battery!! Steve

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Steve in N.J.

04-06-2004 19:53:46




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 Re: AC b is the starter dead? in reply to jared, 04-06-2004 15:59:10  
Make sure your B model has the correct size cables on it for 6V (1 gauge) and they are nice and clean at both ends. One bad cable out of the two is enough to give you starter troubles. If you find you need to replace the cables, we make them specifically for the B model. Both the Positive grd or starter motor... Good Luck!
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits



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steve

04-06-2004 18:53:46




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 Re: AC b is the starter dead? in reply to jared, 04-06-2004 15:59:10  
you have to take the switch off the starter and check the contacts on it. then decide which is bad. guess you have a good battery and good ground to clean bolt with no paint? sometimes i set a jumper battery next to tractor. run a cable to the starter bolt, and run another cable to the ground bolt on the starter. you can use a 12 volt battery if you want to test. after connecting, with tractor in neutral, push the switch in.

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