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Do not, under any circumstances knock the starter motor with anything unless you want the expense of rep[lacing it when the magnets break loose.

But you haven't read the bit about the modification to the start relay wiring either. Do that.
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Brian,
Thank you for the advice, much appreciated. I haven't seen or have missed the relay modification, please remind me where I can see it.
Many thanks.
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Originally posted by TedDevey TedDevey wrote:

Brian,
Thank you for the advice, much appreciated. I haven't seen or have missed the relay modification, please remind me where I can see it.
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Peter,
Many thanks. Got it. -- Logical not to take starter current other than 'direct' I'll do that.
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Make sure you use a reasonably heavy wire too.
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Many thanks. Will do .
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Originally posted by TedDevey TedDevey wrote:


IN EACH CASE JUST ONE OF THE ACTIONS PUT IT RIGHT -- until the next time.

So any one of those things disturbs something else, which is the real culprit. Big smile

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