exactly 8 turns tension on pulley
l. Remove rotor locking tool and secure air screen
(22) with self-locking nuts (21).
r. While holding pulley under 8 turns tension,
m. When installing recoil spring (16), be sure the
insert knot into knot hole at the end of pulley slot, and
loop in the spring (at 10 o'clock position) fits over the pin
coax rope through slot. Aline rope to run from the pulley
in starter fan housing subassembly (4) and the inside
directly to hole in starter fan housing.
end of the spring points to the left. Apply a light coat of
grease to both sides of recoil spring and on starter post.
s. Let go of pulley and allow rope to wind up on the
Make sure to install inner and outer spring shields (15
pulley. With starter spring coiled up, the starter handle
should be snug against housing with no slack.
n. If a new starter rope (8) is used, feed the rope
t. Install ignition switch (14) and secure lead
about 12-inches through hole from inside to outside of
terminals (9 and 10) to switch and ignition coil.
the starter fan housing subassembly (4).
u. Holding starter fan housing against the engine
o. Push outside end of rope through the rubber
with one hand, pull the starter handle out approximately
starter handle (6), then through rope retaining insert (5).
one foot and allow to rewind until the housing fits into
Tie a simple overhand knot in this end of rope, and pull
register. Install and tighten screws (1 and 2) and
it back so knot is inside the insert. Push the insert into
internal tooth lock washers (3) using a thin-walled 5/16-
inch socket wrench or large screwdriver. Note correct
position of shorter (5/8 inch long) screw (1).
p. Tie a simple overhand knot on inside end of the
rope and crop end close to the knot q. Load starter
pulley by turning it clockwise 8 turns; locate pulley slot
near the rope hole in housing. Hold pulley from turning
Fan housing must seat all around to
during time the rope is being attached to pulley in the
avoid breakage of housing or starter
fingers when screws are tightened.
Never turn spring loaded pulley in a
counterclockwise direction as this
can cause starter failure.
Section II GENERATOR
c. Use fabricated bearing and seal tool to press
This section contains complete repair instructions for
needle bearing (19) out of stator mounting plate (18).
the generator. Tool applications and special procedures
are provided where applicable.
6-7. Inspection and Repair
a. Inspect all parts for visible damage.
b. Check that needle bearings (19 and 34, fig. 6-2)
roll freely and are smooth running.
generator and related parts. In general, disassemble in
c. Inspect leads of generator stator (16) for frayed
the numerical sequence indicated on figure 62. Special
and burned insulation.
procedures and tool applications are given below.
Reassemble parts in reverse of numerical sequence as
removing generator parts from drivecase (75, fig. 62).
illustrated on figure 62. Note the following:
b. Keep crankshaft from turning and remove
generator shaft (21) by turning clockwise.