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Subject: Re: Replacing a starter motor - any help/advice?


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Ian S
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Date Posted: 21:30:12 13/12/2007 Thu
In reply to: Jan & Haydn Price 's message, "Replacing a starter motor - any help/advice?" on 22:55:20 10/12/2007 Mon

I am not sure of the arrangement from your description but the spring sounds like it might be part of the pinion engagement mechanism, as describe in Tony Brooks excellent website

http://www.tb-training.co.uk/MarineE06.html#STARTERS%20&%20CIRCUITS

I would expect that having removed the two bolts holding the starter on, you should be able to get the starter off. Some gentle tapping on each side of the body alternately with a soft-faced mallet should help if the starter if reluctant to move.

Ian

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Re: Replacing a starter motor - any help/advice?Steve Harrison21:33:34 14/12/2007 Fri


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