F510 & F525 Starter – ANALYZE ELECTRIC STARTER CONDITION

1. The starter overheats because of:
• Long cranking.
• Armature binding.
2. The starter operates poorly because of:
• Armature binding.
• Dirty or damaged starter drive.
• Badly worn brushes or weak brush springs.
• Excessive voltage drop in cranking system.
• Battery or wiring defective.
• Shorts, opens, or grounds in armature.
NOTE: Starter repair is limited to brushes, end caps, and starter drive. Fields in starter are permanent magnets and are not serviceable. If housing or armature is damaged, replace starter.

07. June 2021 by samuel07042012
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