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REASSEMBLY - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_623
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SPECIFICATIONS - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_625
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ELECTRICAL 3. The remaining portion of the starting motor reassembly procedure is the reverse of the disassembly. 4. When installing the solenoid, apply sealing compound between field frame and solenoid flange. PINION CLEARANCE Pinion clearance should be inspected after reassembly of the motor to insure proper adjustment.  Check pinion clearance following the steps listed below. 1. Disconnect  the  motor  field  coil  connector  from  the solenoid motor terminal. CAREFULLY INSULATE IT. 2. Connect   a   battery,   of   the   same   voltage   as   the solenoid,  one  lead  to  solenoid  switch  terminal  and the other to the starter or solenoid frame, Fig.  12. Fig.  12  Pinion Drive Clearance Check Hookup 3. Connect a jumper wire to the starting motor terminal on  the  solenoid;  then  touch  the  second  end  to  the motor frame.  This will shift the pinion into cranking position and remain until the battery is disconnected. CAUTION:    Do  not  keep  the  jumper  wire  connected too long as overheating of the solenoid may result. 4. Push   the   pinion   back   towards   commutator   end   to eliminate any overtravel.  Then measure the distance between  the  pinion  stop  and  pinion.    The  clearance should be .01 to .14, Fig.  13. Fig.  13  Checking Pinion Clearance There   are   no   provisions   for   adjusting   the   pinion clearance  on  the  enclosed  shift  lever  type  starting  motors. Therefore,   if   the   pinion   clearance   does   not   fall   within   the specified  limits  (.01  to  .14),  inspect  the  solenoid  linkage  or shift lever yoke buttons for excessive wear. CTS-2258-K  Page 9 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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