I have a 2003 iron horse and had starter rebuilt , I'm wondering is there suppose to be a shim , it keeps blowing out my clutch
I know one is the ac clutch relay. One is the ac blower motor power. One is the starter relay.
AC compressor clutch relay, starter relay, high speed blower motor relay,
If the heater is blowing the fuse when the blower is turned on, I would suspect the blower motor is defective or locked up. If the A/C is blowing a fuse, suspect a bad clutch, or locked up compressor.
your blower may be bad. your ac clutch may be bad
You can remove the starter clutch by removing the entire starter. Take the front cover off of the starter. Remove the clutch using a gear puller.
NO, the clutch for the starter is internal. The clutch is on the gear that engages the starter gear.You have to remove left side engine case and remove flywheel to access starter clutch assembly.
How do you figure the starter is okay just by popping the clutch? Popping the clutch uses the driveline to turn the motor over. The starter is not involved at all.
Clutch switches are usually located at the top of the clutch pedal.
The problem may be with your starter and not with the clutch.
Check for power at the clutch switch, then check for continuity through the switch with the clutch pedal depressed. If there is power and continuity, then the starter (or even ignition solenoid/starter relay) is the problem.
Does anyone know how to take off a radiator fan clutch from a 1998 Dodge Dakota 3.9 V6
AC compressor Clutch Relay. Starter Relay. HVAC High Speed Blower Motor Relay.
No, that clutch is not adjustable.
I know about the starter and ignition, but I click the ignition and then it clicks, then when I press and hold the starter it starts then immediatly stalls, I have tried it in neutral, in gear, with clutch, without clutch, with clutch and throttle.
the starter on a 95 RX7 is on the flywheel which is just in front of the clutch, you will need to remove the bell housing around the clutch assembly to get at it however.
You need to first pull the flywheel/magneto off of the crank shaft. The starter clutch is attached to the back side of it with bolts.
There's a clutch on the starter that acts like a Bendix gear on a car. This clutch is stripped out on your bike. You'll need to pull the starter to replace it.
your one way starter clutch is blown out. same problem happened to me and raptors are highly know to break starter clutches. just buy an extreme raptor starter clutch kit.
Starter is defective, or battery is weak.
There is normally a second starter-position solenoid under the clutch pedal. It probably is not getting contacted when you step on the pedal.
Leave the fan on and put a clutch under the fan,than if you have a turbo connect the fan blower to the turbo
Manufactuer defect best way to fix is to put a bolt under clutch to keep clutch pedal from pushing rod to far an blowing seal in master cylinder. Bought six before figuring out the solution. Hope that helps