(o) Install commutator end frame (7) and
(b) Carefully remove commutator end
frame aesembly (3) and o-ring (4). Remove pipe
plug (5) and oil wick (6) from end frame (7).
(p) Install oil wick (6), saturate with oil
(c) Remove screws (8 and 12) and lock-
and secure with pipe plug (5).
washers (9 and 13) to remove electrical leads (10
and 14) and brushes (11 and 15).
(2) Solenoid replacement.
(d) Remove brushholder pin (17) to re-
move brushholder spring (18) and brushholders (19
and 20) from brush support.
It is not necessary to remove the starter
(e) Clean commutator end frame, brush
support, brushholders, and brushholder springs in
place the solenoid assembly.
an approved solvent and dry thoroughly.
(f) Soak oil wick in a small container of
washer (2) to disconnect electrical lead (3).
approved cleaning solvent to remove oil. Remove
from container, squeeze out excess solvent and
(b) Remove nut (4), lockwasher (5), nut
allow to air dry.
(6), lockwasher (7) and terminal lead (8).
(g) Measure brush length. Replace brush-
(c) Loosen clamp (9) and remove screws
es if length is 3/8 inch or less.
(10) to remove solenoid frame assembly (11). Re-
move sleeve (12).
(d) Remove drive housing plug (13).
Use extreme care to avoid enlarging com-
(e) Remove retaining ring (14) and lever
pin (15) to remove plunger assembly (16) from
(h) Inspect starter armature commutator
starter assembly (17).
slots for thrown solder. Remove any found with a
(f) Remove retaining ring (18) to separate
narrow blunt instrument.
spring retainer (19), spring (20), seal (21), seal re-
(i) Check bronze bushing in commutator
tainer (22), and spring retainer (23) from plunger (24).
end frame and armature shaft for deep wear
patterns, scoring, or other damage. Replace
(g) Clean solenoid frame assembly with
filtered compressed air and a soft bristle brush.
starter assembly if damage exists.
(h) Using an ohmmeter, check for contin-
(j) Check brushholders and brush support
for corrosion, cracks, breaks, and other damage.
uity between solenoid frame assembly terminals. Re-
place entire solenoid assembly if discontinuity is
Replace any defective parts.
(k) Inspect electrical leads and visible
starter assembly wiring for burned insulation, bare
(i) Clean all other parts in an approved
solvent and dry thoroughly.
wires and rub marks. Replace starter assembly if
damage is present.
(j) Inspect plunger for cracks, corrosion,
(l) Check all attaching hardware for
and other damage.
stripped, crossed or otherwise damaged threads.
Inspect seal for damage and deteriora-
Replace any damaged or defective parts.
(m) Install brushholders (19 and 20) and
(l) Inspect spring for cracks, breaks, and
spring (18) and secure with pin (17).
(n) Install brushes (11 and 15) and elec-
Replace any defective parts.
(9 and 13) and screws (8 and 12).
(n) Install spring retainer (23), seal re-
tainer (22), seal (21), spring (20), and spring re-
tainer (19) onto plunger (24) and secure with retain-
ing ring (18).
Use care when installing end frame to
avoid damaging the bronze armature shaft
(o) Install plunger assembly (16) into
drive end housing.