|02-22-2013 01:35 PM|
Sorry for late ansewer guys...was busy
the problem was fixed ......the new starter fix the problem
Thanks guys for your help all
|02-04-2013 05:25 PM|
If it is not receiving full voltage to the solenoid terminal it will not make a solid enough perhaps not even contact with the contactor terminals which will result in the motor turning slowly if at all, or may be unstable where it runs fine one time and not at another time. This condition can also be caused by dirty, burnt or otherwise damaged contacts of the contactor lugs themselves.
A test for weak power being applied to the solenoid is to jumper that small terminal on the solenoid directly to the battery, if it spins the starter hard every time you connect it youíre onto the problem, it not itís back to square one.
If this has the large old fashion starter on it, it can be replaced by the newer permanent magnet type which suck a lot less power off the battery as these only have armature coils no electro field magnets to take power as well. This will also provide some air space between the motor and headers.
|02-04-2013 01:05 PM|
|02-04-2013 06:39 AM|
|Jaykobo||Gap is 30 for the first ring......16 for the 2ed and 3th......|
|02-04-2013 06:29 AM|
|Greg T||Possibility that you don't have enough piston/bore clearance and the motor is nearly seizing. If that is the case you'll be destroying your pistons and bores. Maybe your ring end gaps are too tight, also?|
|02-04-2013 05:55 AM|
|Jaykobo||yes.....in the rest it's 12.75V ....I already bought the starter......and will see what happen with the new one.....this all will be checked this thrusday......I will replay if the problem is fixed|
|02-03-2013 10:26 PM|
|cobalt327||If "I didn't check the Amp draw.....just the voltage it's drop to 11.5V to 10.8 while crancking" means the CRANKING voltage is between 11.5 and 10.8, that might be OK. If this is saying it starts out at 11.5 AT REST and drops from there when cranking, it's not OK.|
|02-03-2013 10:11 PM|
|Greg T||11.5 volts WHILE CRANKING is fine. If you dip to low 10s or lower you have trouble. Nothing wrong at all with 11.5 volts under full load.|
|02-03-2013 01:12 PM|
|vinniekq2||North American batteries are 12.6 volts.This includes Canada,United States and Mexico|
|02-03-2013 01:11 PM|
The way a wet cell battery is configured, I don't see how it could be built to have less voltage regardless of where it made, unless the value of a volt is different there than here. Which I can't see happening, either. But who knows- stranger things have happened I suppose.
|02-03-2013 01:05 PM|
hi......I just call the battery loacl dealer
this drop is normal for all batteries in Asia........the USA battery is powerful that's why it's not drop much man
if it drop less than 11V while cranking.....it need rechared or replace
but more ...it's ok...................why this diffrence even in battery???
and he told me....the Rocket,Voltage battries in Asia are the same
I have now Korean battery....and I ask brother to check dad car..11.5v while crancking...the same drop...so I think USA battery build for harsh weather
|02-03-2013 10:47 AM|
I already bought the starter...it's good for the OEM starter to live 20 years I think.....is the torque is reading is normal?about 110ft.lbs??
|02-03-2013 10:35 AM|
|02-03-2013 09:49 AM|
oh yes....I try all....and sorry for my bad language...it's the 2ed language
I didn't check the Amp draw.....just the voltage it's drop to 11.5V to 10.8 while crancking
the battery 100% good..I mean the new one ...and the battery is still in the stock location
I do the torque turn it's reach 110 ft.lbs when it's in compression stroke....but not exactly about the # but not higher than 115ft.lbs
I,m away from the car now so I just work on it on my off days .....ok
thanks for helping man
|02-03-2013 09:20 AM|
Jaykobo,what is your first language? please do a load test on your battery
consider an ignition kill switch if the engine is hard to crank due to high static spark advance.
do a draw test on the starter.
do a load test on your battery using your cables if the battery is good.
Do a draw test with your starter using your cables,all to make sure the parts work together.
Is you battery in the stock location?
Put a torque wrench on your engine to measure how hard it is to rotate your engine.
Do a starter motor draw test with the ignition disconnected.
do some math
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