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|John||YES MY NEIGHBOR HAS A 12 HORSE RIDER THAT KEEPS FRYING THE STARTER. GETTING TO MUCH JUICE? WHAT COULD IT BE? THANK YOU, JOHN
|Henry||From your post I read that he is replacing several starters with new ones each time- or repairing the old one? Generally what cooks a starter is hi amp draw, which indicates a faulty winding either in the armature or stator. Also assuming both posative and ground cables are in good repair and all terminals are clean.
|John||THANK YOU HENRY! LAST SUMMER I TOOK OFF ALL WIRES FROM SWITCHES,STARTER,ENGINE ETC. AND CLEANED EVERY THING OFF. PUT ON NEW POS AND NEG CABLES. WILL CHECK OUT THIS NEXT AND THANK YOU AGAIN, JOHN!
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