Remove the starter motor from the motorcycle. Remove all three bolts that secure the starter to the motor using the 10 mm socket. Pull the starter motor away form the motorcycle. Slip a new O-ring around the starter motor, placing it within the recessed channel on the motor side of the starter.
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How do you remove a starter motor from a motorcycle?
Pull the rubber dust boot off of the starter motor’s terminal. Using a 10 mm wrench, unscrew the terminal nut and pull the starter wire lead off of the terminal. Remove the starter motor from the motorcycle. Remove all three bolts that secure the starter to the motor using the 10 mm socket.
How do you remove a starter from a Chevy Silverado?
Remove the small wires from the solenoid. Remove the bolts holding the starter housing to the engine block. Slide the starter out of the block until it comes free. Inspect the starter gears in the starter and the engine block for wear, damage or missing teeth.
What is a starter motor on a motorcycle?
Motorcycle starters consist of a 12V DC motor, solenoid and starter gear with an over-running (sprag) clutch. The starter motor runs on high-amperage battery voltage and generates significant heat when operated. This heat can lead to insulation breakdown (IB) within the motor, causing low starting power.
How do you change a starter motor on a Honda V-Star?
Pull the starter motor slightly away from the motor’s crankcase, then pull it to the right of the motorcycle until the starter has been removed completely. Slip the new starter motor’s sprocket, positioned on the left end of the starter motor, into the V-Star’s crankcase.