The specific steps for accessing the one-way Sprague for the starter in your engine's crankcase cover may vary depending on the make and model of your engine. However, here are some general guidelines:
Refer to the engine manual: The first step is to consult the manual for your engine. This will provide you with specific instructions for accessing the crankcase cover and the one-way Sprague.
Disconnect the battery: Before working on your engine, always disconnect the battery to prevent accidental electrical shock.
Drain the oil: Depending on the engine, you may need to drain the oil from the crankcase before removing the cover. Make sure to have a container to collect the oil.
Remove the bolts: Once the oil is drained, remove the bolts that secure the crankcase cover. You may need a socket wrench or other tools to do this.
Gently pry off the cover: Use a flathead screwdriver or a plastic pry tool to gently pry off the cover. Be careful not to damage the gasket or any other components.
Access the one-way Sprague: With the cover removed, you should be able to access the one-way Sprague. Depending on the engine, you may need to remove other components to get to it.
Inspect the one-way Sprague: Once you have access to the one-way Sprague, inspect it for any signs of wear or damage. If necessary, replace it with a new one.
Reassemble the engine: Once you have completed the repairs or maintenance, reassemble the engine by following the reverse steps.
Refill the oil: Refill the crankcase with the appropriate amount and type of oil.
Remember to always consult the manual for your engine and to take appropriate safety precautions when working on your engine
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Starter is located on top of engine cases under carb. Remove parts as necessary to access the 2 mounting bolts on end of starter that screw downward into case. Remove the starter cable, these 2 bolts and twist the starter while pulling on it to work it free from its mounting hole. Blowing all the mud,dirt and debris from the area beforehand will help and not allow the dirt to enter the motor. A slight amount of prying at the engine engagement end of starter may be necessary. Be careful not the damage starter or case.
that can be lots of things.
first off does it crank robustly , that is the starter motor cranks ok?
and then it fails to start.
the first check is to go a tune up.
the glove box car, operators manual shows. 60,000 mile
critical tunes, spark plugs. air filters ,etc. do those yet, ever?
on the right side at the bottom of the crank case side cover very bottom there should be a inspection glass window the oil level will be seen there the oil has to be in the middle or slightly above those marks not to much now my 800 cc blvd suzuki holds abould 4.5 quarts check owners manual/or call the dealer they will be clad to help ya.ps use only motorcycle oil that is a fact jack