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MF TO30 starter
|Bob Rutkowski|| Starter motor turns very slowly
|GEEBEE||I would start in this order. Swap battery for a known good one, check all electrical connections especially grounds, check condition of battery cables (they can corrode inside) are they large enough, try a jumper cable direct from battery to starter to bypass switch and solenoid, is the starter grounding properly to the block, remove starter and have it tested.
|Butch||I agree, take every electrical connection apart and clean them.
I had a tractor that turned over slow like it had a dead battery and it was just dirty and or loose connections.
It could be the starter but I would clean everything first.
|Larry Widel||Having Starter Problems. Do I have to remove the Distributor first???
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