STARTER MOTOR TEST (Cont).
Check motor current, speed, and voltage. Motor current should be 70-110 amps dc, speed should be 550-9000 rpms,
and voltage should be 20 Vdc.
Perform step 10 only if check in step 9 gave accepted values or If starter motor does not vibrate or
10. Install two new gaskets (15) and plugs (16) in housing (8).
Perform steps 11 through 16 only if check in step 9 did not give accepted values or motor vibrates
or makes noise.
11. Inspect four screws (10) in commutator end bell (9) for tightness Tighten any loose screws.
12. Inspect two screws (12) holding brushes (13) for tightness. Tighten any loose screws through opening (14).
13. Install two new gaskets (15) and plugs (16) in housing (8).
14. Inspect six screws (2) in drive housing (3) and eight
shoe pole screws (5) for tightness. Tighten any
15. Inspect lever housing (6) for tightness. If lever
housing is loose, repair starter motor (see paragraph
16. Repeat step 9. If starter motor still does not give
accepted values or if starter motor vibrates or makes
noise, repair starter motor (see paragraph 5-3).
Install starter (see TM 5-3805-254-20).
Lubricate starter (see LO 5-3805-254-12).