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Starter turns but the crake does not the starter clutch does not lock up or engage

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Hi, clasic case of starter clutch failure, rolers in the starter clutch alow the clutch to spin freely when running, with long term use, the clutch becomes worn not alowing the rolers to return fully hence not alowing the 1 way clutch to opperate, the best way forward is a new assembly, disasemble &remove clutch and check condition of all parts, in early stages it may be possible to replace only the worn parts. hope this helps paul

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