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Re: LT1045. Starter motor will not start. Removed it
You will have a starter solionid follow your starter wire and you will find it there will one wire from the batt and one to the starter and one small wire I bet when you find this solinoid the small will has came unhooked,Thanks I hope this helps you
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I had a similar problem with my car. It turned out to be the starter motor was sticking. Put in gear and rocked it back and forward to move the pistons. Tried again to start and it worked. Eventually had to replace the starter.
I know yours isn't a car, but might be worth seeing if that works.
Remove the engine cover to expose the starter motor (or take the starter off). Lubricate the starter bendix, its the gear atop the starter motor shaft, use Marvel Mystery oil and then work the bendix a bit and it should fix it. If the teeth on the bendix or flywheel are damaged obviously that is where the problem lies.
It is possible the starter safety circuit is triggering. This is an interlock to prevent injury when starting and checks for things like driver not on seat, park brake engaged, etc.
Refer page 12 of the manual available on this site if you do not have one.
The battery terminal connections is loose or corroded. Battery faulty or discharged, if the cable are clean and tight on the battery turn the key to the ON position and switch the headlights or windshield wipers. If they won't run then the battery is discharged. Broken, loose or disconnected wires in the starting circuit. Starter motor pinion jammed in flywheel ring gear. Starter solenoid faulty, Starter motor faulty, Ignition switch faulty.
If the battery is fine, why jump it? Faulty thinking to state or think: all electrical in the car work fine. If it did the starter motor would be turning the engine over. The starter motor work on electrical...not all is fine.
check: 1) 60a starter fuse/relay. 2) voltage to starter when turning key to activate starter motor, this will rule out ignition switch or relay. 3) apply direct voltage to starter motor to detect bad starter motor.
Removed starter and tested with new battery and jumper cables...starter worked fine. Replaced battery and cleaned cable attachments...unit started as usual.
When starter throws this would indicate that the interconnect circuits are intact..the engine still would not turn...that leaves the battery, the cable, or a siezed engine. The engine flywheel turned easily...no siezure. That left only the battery and cable. Battery was 3 years old...cable was corroded...bad combination. Battery was replace and corrosion removed from the cable terminals...started first crank.
I worked at a tool rental center while attending college and encountered the problem that you are having many times. The problem was caused be a variety of issues however can be determined by checking the following:
Worn starter motor bearings that would be indicated by higher than normal amp draw. Check for hot starter motor or hot cables.
Weak battery. The battery should be removed and tested for free at auto parts store. The battery should be replace every season to extend the life of the starter motor.
Belts or hydraulic pump that is not fully releasing from engine pulley or output shaft. Remove the spark plugs from the engine and tune engine by hand, it should turn rather freely.
Finally, compression release feature of engine is not working properly. Check engine service manual for proper adjustment of valves so that compression release will work. Finally check oil level for over full. Too much oil will raise compression. Good luck with your problem and email for more info.