STARTER MOTOR

REMOVAL

• Remove the negative cable at the battery before servicing the starter motor.

STARTER MOTOR CABLE

Remove the cylinder (page 10-5).

Remove the rubber cap from the starter motor ter­minal.

Remove the nut and disconnect the starter motor cable.

Remove the mounting bolts, and starter motor from the crankcase.

RUBBER CAP

DISASSEMBLY/INSPECTION

Remove the O-ring.

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O-RING

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Remove the motor case bolts.

Record the location and number of shims.

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SEAL RING

SHIMS

FRONT COVER

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WASHER

BOLTS

Remove the following:

— Front cover

— Insulated washer

— Shims

— Seal rings

— Washer

— Motor case

— Armature

MOTOR CASE | ARMATURE INSULATED WASHER

Record the location Remove the shims.

and number of _

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sh, ms. SHIMS

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Remove the brush springs.

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SPRINGS

BRUSH

Check for continuity between the cable terminal and.

insulated brush. Continuity:

There should be continuity.

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Continuity:

Check for continuity between the cable terminal and rear cover. N°

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There should be no continuity.

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Remove the following:

SCREWS/BRUSH/WASHERS

BRUSH HOLDER INSULATOR PLATES

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— Screws

— Brush

— Washers

— Brush holder

— Insulator plates

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— Nut

Record the location and number of insulators.

— Washer

— Insulators

— O-ring

— Terminal bolt/insulator

TERMINAL BOLT/INSULATOR

INSULATORS

WASHER

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O-RING

Measure the brush length. SERVICE LIMIT: 6.75 mm (0.266 in)

Do not use emery Inspect the commutator bars of the armature for or sand paper on discoloration.

COMMUTATOR BARS

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ARMATURE

the commutator.

COMMUTATOR BARS

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Continuity:

Check for continuity between pairs of commutator bars.

There should be continuity.

ARMATURE SHAFT

Continuity:

COMMUTATOR BAR

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Check for continuity between each commutator bar and armature shaft.

There should be no continuity.