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JD model 60 gas starter removal
|thepumpguysc||Helping a friend diagnose a "no start" condition on his m-60 and was going to test the starter.
We have all the bolts loose but it wont wiggle out of the hole.
Do we need to remove the giant flywheel to disconnect the manual linkage?? what am I missing?
|ponymare||You don't need to remove the flywheel, starter has 3 bolts, pull the pin for the starter linkage, remove the battery cable. Remove the cable from the batter first, the starter is a tight fit, tapping upward on the rear part will help loosen it. Use a big screwdriver between the nose cone and the flywheel to push it back. Be carfull when it comes loose, its very heavy.
|thepumpguysc||Thanks.. We were in a hurry and didn't see the cable..
|james b.||starter is under tractor be hind a plate easy to get to and chang. take + side battery cable luse,take wire off starter take bolts out.
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