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dewy

02-22-2021 12:32:59




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how do you test the button on the starter..thanks dewy




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Janicholson

02-22-2021 14:29:15




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 Re: super c starter in reply to dewy, 02-22-2021 12:32:59  
If it does as old indicates, you can try making the mount holes oval so the switch moves closer to the stud. Jim



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dewy

02-22-2021 14:40:16




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 Re: super c starter in reply to Janicholson, 02-22-2021 14:29:15  
gotcha i will try that thanks old,thanks jim......................dewy



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old

02-22-2021 13:31:40




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 Re: super c starter in reply to dewy, 02-22-2021 12:32:59  
If it is the saddle type there really isn't a test other then remove it then making sure it is out of gear touch the battery cable to the pad the starter button would normally hit and if it spins over then you need to clean up or replace the push part of the switch



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dewy

02-22-2021 14:37:55




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 Re: super c starter in reply to old, 02-22-2021 13:31:40  
starter is off tractor... took apart..ohmed armature good ohmed feilds good..cleaned armature...brushes look good ohmed those leads and had continuity.also cleaned pad under button an button.put back together an bench tested.got a spark on screw housing of button...what yall think...thanks as always dewy...............



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gab

02-22-2021 15:27:35




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 Re: super c starter in reply to dewy, 02-22-2021 14:37:55  
.This is an old one. The new ones are pretty fragile junk.

In the second picture you can see a thick paper insulator on the right, should be one on the left too, must have fallen out in the drawer. You can also see a thick insulator under that wedge shaped stud.

When you hook your battery cable to that stud the stud can not be allowed to turn when tightened or it will go to ground through the insulator. I've screwed them up too when tightening up the nut on the cable.

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old

02-22-2021 14:53:25




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 Re: super c starter in reply to dewy, 02-22-2021 14:37:55  
Insulation in the battery cable hook up is likely to be bad



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dewy

02-22-2021 15:11:13




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 Re: super c starter in reply to old, 02-22-2021 14:53:25  
you got it old,before i could even reply on update............dewy



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old

02-22-2021 15:16:59




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 Re: super c starter in reply to dewy, 02-22-2021 15:11:13  
What can I say other then BTDT and seen it many times



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