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The shaft of the lifting mechanism just spins we just bought the camper and know nothing about it .2010 palomino b600 bronco. Can anyone help?

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Towing camper trailer was told by mechanics not to take it out of 5th gear and towe around 100km/hr is the correct .

the towing procedures will, be in the user manual
depending on the trailer weight( less than 1 ton) it is permissible to tow in over drive and for a trailer without load levelling ( stabilizer bars ) 100 klms would be an ideal speed
5th gear is a direct drive gear ( input and output shaft connected as one) and the idea of staying in 5th gear reduces the load on the gears and bearings

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I have a 1985 bronco II 2.8l 5 speed manual, I replaced my starter 2 times and rebuilt my original starter so a total of three difernt starter's still nothing.. starter just spins.. I checked my flywheel...

Since no one has answered yet, I will comment. When any of these starters turned, their bendix switch should have extended to catch the flywheel. On some, a pin is used to position the bendix on the starter shaft.

Can not say why original bendix does not work except that it must be pinned to the shaft. For replacement starters, there can be differences in the gear size of the bendix. Even some gears have different amounts of teeth on the bendix gear. Have not heard of needing shims to mount the starter to the Ford engine, but old GM products were shimmed. For that matter, some windings inside starters could be reversed, especially in Marine dual engine applications.

You went to a lot of work to change the flywheel, check the length of the starter to see if it is mounting deep enough to catch the flywheel. Maybe the bell housing is interfering with installation.

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1.Starter spins and motor does not. The end of the starter shaft has a part called a Bendix drive. It fastens with a pin and the pin could have broken. Or the gear is not riding out on the shaft to make contact with the flywheel. Or a tooth is broken off the flywheel.
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Put some ethernol treatment with stabilzer in it..
Change the fuel filter, air filter and give it an oil change...
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