ARMY TM 9-6115-464-34
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-445-2
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-624-34
(c) Ammeter should indicate 540 amperes maximum at a minimum torque of 26 ft-lb indicated on
(d) If both current and torque are low, disassemble the starter and check for poor internal connections
or improper brush contact. Both of these conditions would result in high internal resistance.
(e) High current and low torque may be caused by defective armature or field coil assembly.
(f) Remove starter assembly from test setup and install connector (14, Figure 3-4).
h. Installation. Refer to the Operator and Unit Maintenance Manual for starter installation procedures.
3-6. BATTERY CHARGING ALTERNATOR.
a. Removal. Refer to the Operator and Unit Maintenance Manual for battery charging alternator removal
(1) Remove screws (1, figure 3-5) and carefully pull regulator and cover assembly (2) away from
(2) Tag and disconnect electrical leads to completely separate regulator and cover assembly from
(3) Unsolder blue and brown leads from fuse holder (3). Remove nut (4), fuse holder (3) and washer (5)
from cover assembly (2).
(4) Remove fuse holder cap (6) and fuse (7).
(5) Remove screws (8) and cover band (9).
(6) Remove thru bolts (10) and remove head assembly (11).
(7) Remove nuts (12 and 13), Iockwasher (14) and lead (15).
(8) Remove screws (16), Iockwashers (17), insulating plate (18), brushholder (19) and brush and spring
(9) Remove nuts (21, 22, and 23), Iockwasher (24), screw (25) and flat washers (26) to remove
capacitor and clamp assembly (27).
If capacitor and clamp assembly (28) was not removed and tagged when performing
step 3-6b. (2) above, remove and tag at this time.
(10) Remove nuts (29 and 30), flat washers (31, 32,33 and 34). Remove rear part of insulating bushings
(36, 37,38, and 39), and remove rectifier and stator assembly (40) from head assembly (11).
(11) Unsolder leads and remove negative plate and rectifier assembly (41) and positive plate and rectifier
assembly (42) from stator (43). Remove front part of insulating bushings (36, 37, 38 and 39) and
(12) Clamp pulley in a soft-jawed vise and remove nut (44).
(13) Remove assembly from vise and remove pulley (45) and fan (46).
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Use of a puller maybe necessary if pulley sticks to rotor shaft.