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ASSEMBLY (cont) - TM-5-4210-229-14P_366
TM5-4210-229-14&P 5-13. STARTER REPAIR. (Continued). c. Test series coil for ground. Using a test lamp, place one lead on the grounded brush holder and the other lead on either insulated brush.  If the lamp lights, a grounded series coil is indicated and must be repaired or replaced. d. Testing solenoid windings. (1) If solenoid is not removed from starting motor, the connector strap terminals must be removed  from  the  terminal  on  the  solenoid before making these tests.  Complete tests in a minimum of time to prevent over heating of the solenoid. (2) To check hold-in winding, connect an ammeter in series with 12 volt battery and the switch  terminal  on  the  solenoid.    Connect  a voltmeter    to    the    switch    terminal    and    to ground.    Connect  carbon  pile  across  battery. Adjust  the  voltage  to  10  volts  and  note  the ammeter  reading.    It  should  be  14.5  to  16.5 amperes for all starting motors. (3) To    check    both    windings,    connect    as    for previous   test.      Ground   the   solenoid   motor terminal.    Adjust  the  voltage  to  10  volts  and note the ammeter reading.  It should be 41 to 47 amperes for all starting motors. NOTE Current will decrease as windings heat up. (4) Current draw readings that are over specifications    indicate    shorted    turns    or    a ground in the windings of the solenoid and the solenoid  should  be  replaced.    Current  draw readings that are under specifications indicate excessive  resistance.    No  reading  indicates an   open   circuit.      Check   connections   then replace solenoid if necessary. ASSEMBLY a. Lubricate    drive    end    of    armature    shaft    (1)    with lubricant (Appendix D, Item 32). b. Install  center  bearing  (2)  with  bearing  toward  the armature winding.  Then install the fiber washer (3) on the armature shaft (1). c. Slide  clutch  assembly  (4)  onto  armature  shaft  (1) with pinion away from armature (5). d. Slide  retainer  (6)  onto  shaft  (1)  with  cupped  side facing the end of shaft (1). 5-34

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