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MAINTENENCE--ELECTRICAL
Brush spring
Spring tension should be 560-680 grams but a spring
can be
considered
serviceable if
it
will snap the brush
firmly into
place.
Commutator
A dirty or damaged commutator will result in poor
brush contact and cause the brushes to wear down
quickly
.
In addition, particles from brush wear accu-
mulating between commutator segments may cause
partial shorts.
Smooth the commutator surface if necessary with
fine
emery cloth, and clean out the grooves as illus-
trated.
Determine as accurately as possible the depth
of the grooves between commutator
segments.
Rep
lace
the
armature
with a new one
if
the groove depth is less
than the service
limit.
Starter Motor Construction
1.
Shaft
7. Core
2. 0 Ring
8.
Yoke Assembly
3. Grease Seal
9.
o
Ring
4. 0 Ring
10. Spring
5. Field Coil
11. Brush
6. Armature Coil
12.
Commutator
Table K13
Commutator Groove Depth
Service
Limit
0.2
mm
Commutator
Segment
Using the
x
1
n
ohmmete
r
range, measure the re-
sistance between any two commutator segments.
If
there
is
a high
resistance
or
no
reading between any
two segments, a winding is open and the armature
must be
replaced.
13.
End Cover
14. Cover
15.
Screw
16. Lead
17. End Cover
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