Having problems with your 1990 Jaguar XJ6 ?

01 chevy duramax replaced starter 5 weeks ago every thing was fine now starter stays tryin to start after truck starts for about 30 seconds and then it stops please help what could it be

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 17-09-2018

Answers :

The best thing that you can do is to remove the starter and take off the solenoid switch.You will need to take the motor part of the starter off of the drive end housing to get the plunger out of the shift fork so if you can take it out carefully you will not to reset the brushes,if the brushes get unloaded then you need to remove the rear cover completely to get the brushback on the armature.do this by pulling the springs back with a hooked seal pick or a like tool,pull back each spring and then set the brush back in a position that the spring will go against the brush and hold it back until final assembly.When you get the solenoid off the starter you need to sand down the plunger some and then lube it with fluid film or an equivalent spray lube.Assemble the starter,release the brushes by pulling back the springs and pushing each brush forward to the armature and then letting the spring set in the indent of the brush.Replace the cap,and you should be good to go.
It sounds like a shim missing. The starter bendex is not releasing fast enough do to binding and the revilutions of the ring gear keeps it spinning until the sintrivical force drives it back. Hope this helps.
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