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My starter pinion will not fully disengage.after starting it still touchs the ring gear.

It's a 2000 dyna

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The starter clutch needs to be replaced. An alternator sgop will usually rebuild these for 1/2 of a new one. Nippendenso .A thumbs up would be greatly appreciated if this answer is helpful to you.
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Remove the starter and inspect it for damage or debris. Throughly clean all parts and reassemble. Check starter clutch and bendix for proper operation.

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If you don't know whats causing the problem ,see a harley agent .and ask there advice .They probablly will know whats wrong ,it may be a common fault .

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Hi! Looks like that the starter is faulty. The solenoid is surely worn causing it not to kick the engine with force. If you have an extra one try replacing it. This will surely work. Please be sure that you got fuel and a good set of spark plugs and plug wires. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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SOURCE: I have a 1977 FLH, I replaced the pinion gear that

Test the large connections on the starter solenoid, if they are BOTH hot, during starter engaugement, you may have a starter issue. IF they are NOT hot during engaugement, there is another solenoid under the battery case (usually). Solenoids get carbon buildups and eventually start to not transmit power intermittantly.

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The Clutch on some bikes will disengage the starter motor. Yamaha will not allow you to engage gear when the side stand is down. Hope this gives you some idea

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SOURCE: I have a 1999 Gilera Runner 180FXR, New bat 12V 9 amps. Starter turns and spins pinion gear but won't engage starter ring. If it does it turns ver slow or won't turn engine over. In manual it

Yep, not enough amps to engage the starter clutch, and when ti does engage, not enough amps to turn the engine. You need a 12 amp battery.

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New battery van would click then started one day and starter would not shut off got new starter fine for two days then does same thing and started smoking what is causing this


if there is a relay in the starter circuit, that is suspect
I would remove the starter motor and check 2 things
first is the condition of the teeth on the ring gear
they have a habit of burring over and the pinion gear gets stuck and will not disengage
next is to check is the pinion teeth the right number on the new starter for the ring gear
That is sometimes an issue but I would suspect first a relay , next damaged teeth on the ring gear ( they appear at specific places on the ring gear (90 degrees -120degres and 180 degrees and run for around 6 teeth where the starter initially engages the ring gear
the smoking is from a burnt out starter because when it is stuck in the ring gear , the starter becomes a generator with uncontrolled current generated going straight to ground

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You may need to add shims to increase pinion gear to ring gear clearance !
Inspect the flywheel ring gear for damage or unusual wear.


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Shim the starter if applicable.


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In order to add pinion to ring gear clearance a full size shim must be used. Do not shim only 1 starter mounting bolt. There are 3 shims available in different shapes (for clearance). All are 1 mm (0.039 in) thick.


When you took off the old starter did you see any thin strips of metal ?

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Let me see if I understand what you are saying and if I can explain it to you,
You said "as soon as it fires" are you saying that it fires but does not start?
If this is the case then your starter is doing exactly what it is supposed to do. The pinion gear is spun up into the ring gear by centrifugal force by way of the starter going from "0" to something like 6000 RPMs no load speed and is held there by the force of the starter turning the engine at lower RPMs. As soon as it "fires" it relieves the force and the spring returns the pinion gear to the "at rest" position.
It will continue to spin the starter as long as you hold the key because you are, in effect, telling the starter you want it to spin by feeding electricity to the starter solenoid.
It will not nor should it spin back up into the ring gear until it comes to a complete stop again where the centrifugal force can again 'push" it back up to the ring gear. If it were able to spin back up to the ring gear at the full no load speed that it is capable of achieving, you would constantly be chewing up the teeth on both the pinion gear and the ring gear.

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