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ENCLOSED SHIFT LEVER TYPE STANDARD DUTY
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TROUBLE SHOOTING THE STARTING MOTOR CIRCUIT
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ELECTRICAL Fig.  1  Sectional View of Enclosed Shift Lever Type Starting Motor DESCRIPTION The  enclosed  shift  lever  type  starting  motor  is  equipped with  a  drive  end  housing  which  encloses  the  entire  shifting mechanism  and  solenoid  plunger,  protecting  them  from  road dirt, splash and icing conditions. The  solenoid  is  mounted  on  the  flange  of  the  drive  end housing and operates the overrunning clutch drive by means of  a  linkage  and  shift  lever.    When  the  control  switch  closes the starting circuit the solenoid is energized shifting the pinion into   mesh   with   the   ring   gear   on   the   engine   flywheel   and closing   the   main   contacts   inside   the   solenoid.      When   the contacts   inside   the   solenoid   close,   battery   current   is   then supplied to the motor causing the armature to rotate. Torque is   then   transmitted   by   the   clutch   from   the   starting   motor armature   to   the   flywheel.      To   protect   the   armature   from excessive    speeds    when    the    engine    starts    the    clutch    is designed to "overrun" or turn   faster   than   the   armature   which   permits   the   pinion   to disengage itself. LUBRICATION Some  starting  motors  require  no  lubrication  except  at overhaul,   while   other   motors   are   equipped   with   lubrication fittings.  The motor should be lubricated every 8000 km (5000 miles)  or  300  hours  of  operation  if  a  means  of  lubrication  is provided. 1. Hinge  cap  oilers  or  oil  tubes  sealed  with  pipe  plugs should have 8 to 10 drops of medium grade engine oil. 2. Grease cups should be turned down one turn or refilled if necessary. If the motor is disassembled for any reason lubricate as follows: 1. Oil wicks should be resaturated if equipped. CTS-2258N  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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