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Old 06 May 2007, 15:55   #21
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It means I'm confused by your method of bypassing the solenoid. Maybe I should have used...
Ha Ha, i see, The small wire you remove is just the engergizer (how do you spell that!!) taking it off and putting straight onto the post bypasses the solenoid as its just a big magnetic switch.

Anyway im pretty sure its the starter thats had it by the sounds of it, particularly if its getting so hot.
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Old 07 May 2007, 03:36   #22
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OK so it looks like I need another starter going to get the old one off today if it stops raining, only after new if its the only way. I remember from my youth and old cars I had you could get them repaired is this the case still or does any one know of a boat engine breakers that may have one? Thanks
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Old 07 May 2007, 08:07   #23
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Neal,

The following link may help you if you get more problems. These guys know everything about engines and all the tests and checks to do.

http://forums.iboats.com/
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Old 07 May 2007, 17:08   #24
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You could always take it to somewhere to get it rewound/reconditioned.It'll be cheaper than a new one.

Here's a few to start you off.:-

http://www.kellysearch.co.uk/gb-product-144687.html
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