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I have a Honda EU3000si inverter that seems to have a starter motor issue. The motor leads receive 12v through the relay but not even an attempt to turn the generator over. The unit does start and run when the rope pull is used. The starter motor read +20K ohms which seems very high for a starter motor. I need to find out how to remove and replace the starter motor...hopefully w/o removing the entire starter assembly as this appears to be a really big job due to the frame and recoil assembly...and there is no manual to look at to help.

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Are you sure you have the right length rope??? If you are sure the rope length is correct you may have wound the recoil spring too tight causing it to run out of travel. You want the recoil spring just tight enough to pull the rope all the way in.
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