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Starter Motor Construction
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Ring
4. Shims
2. Grease Seal
5. Armature
3.
End
Cover
6.
Magnet
Commutator
A dirty or damaged
commutator
will result in poor
brush
contact and cause
the
bru
shes to
wear
down
quickly.
In
addition, particles from brush wear accu-
mulating between
commutator segments
may cause
partial shorts.
•Correct the commutator surface.
if necessary
with fine
emery
cloth, and
clean
out the grooves as
illustrated.
Determine as accurately
as
possible
the
depth
of the
grooves between commutator segments.
Replace the
starter motor with a
new
one
if
the
groove depth
is
less
than
the
service
limit.
Commutator
Segment
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Table K9
Commutator Groove Depth
Standard
Service
Lim
it
o.s~0.8
mm
0.2 mm
·t------<]-2"
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7.
Body
10. Spring
8. Commutator
11. Screw
9. Carbon Brush
12.
End Cover
(K29:·
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A.
Emery
Cloth
•Using
the
x
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n.
ohmmeter range,
measure the resist-
ance between any two
commutator segments.
If
ther.e
is
a
high
resistance or no
reading
between
any
two
segments,
a winding
is
open
and
the
armature
must be
replaced
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A. Commutator Segment

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