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Subject: Re: lazy starter


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alan godfrey (Happy)
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Date Posted: 11:44:27 08/12/2014 Mon
In reply to: mike kelly 's message, "lazy starter" on 14:08:02 20/02/2014 Thu

>Hi members
>i have a BMC1500 captain eng x2
>one is a very lazy starter. I have replaced the
>injection pump,injectors,heat plugs, make sure there
>is no air in the system, yet it can still take between
>3-5 mins to start even with the help of the other
>engines batery.
>any sugestions please
Hi. Are you sure its not just the case of a lazy or poorly wired starter motor? I would be inclined to swap the starters over first, it could save money!

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