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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If I understand you right, the problem is at certain times the engine will not crank, that is turn over when you turn they ignition key to START. And at times it will start and run normally.
Might it be that the issue is with the starter system. The starter system is initiated at the ignition switch when the key is turned to start. At this point, the ignition switch then provides +12VDC to a starter relay. The relay is but a remote switch with slightly higher amperage capacity. The starter relay then engages and supplies +12VDC to the staring solenoid. The starting solenoid then performs two (2) functions. It provides the switching action (hundreds amps) from the battery heavy cable to the actual starter motor. The solenoid likewise pushes a small pinion gear along the shaft of the starter motor to engage the ring gear. The ring gear is of course on the edge of the flywheel which in turn is attached to the crankshaft.
Starter system problems could be corrected by:
1. check battery, battery cables and connections;
2. charge the battery if required;
3. clean brushes and guides of brush holders of the starter motor;
4. clean the commutator and commutator segments;
5. check/replace the armature or field coils if determined to be defective;
6. in some extreme cases it could be the drive pinion or the flywheel gear ring is defective.
7. often it is the big switch that the solenoid activates that looses contacts causing no +12V internally to the motor.
8. Most likely would be a defective starter relay or the IGN switch itself. Relative to this, you might try and check the connectors/terminals and electrical joints.
In the picture below, the upper portion is the starter solenoid while the one below it is the actual starter.
Given the amount of work to overhaul a starter, you might consider just replacing it.
This of course assuming that all other vital components of the car are working.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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Posted on Jun 09, 2008
SOURCE: Mitsubishi diesel engine
i would not worry about torque settings just tighten them down to what feels comfortable to you, this should be OK. it is how i do it, as long as there is not alot of play in them, you should be fine.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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Hi i had these specs somewhere at one stage.
ill try find them.
If you ring honda not even they will be able to tell you...
Its because they don't even make parts for these cars anymore its all obsolete.
All you can get is gaskets and seals...
ill have a look around and post the settings if I can find them.
Sorry to post the bad news...
How do you think I felt when i purchased a honda city turbo 2 and found out that you can't even buy a rebuild kit for it.
And I wanted to go circuit racing in it...
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
lookdone ahundred of them o never went by book always on a nissan torque to 40 in center stagger pattern then 80 done any trouble while on job let kme know hey if u dont mind vote for me on fixya
Posted on May 24, 2009
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