tuko Posted August 30, 2006 Share Posted August 30, 2006 My starter is in town getting rebuilt, but the guy wasn't very positive yesterday and I may not have it in my hands on Friday. Like I say before, I NEED it by Monday, and now possibly for Sunday evening. So, going with Lars wrote earlier, just use the hand crank. Ok, I've started it that way before, so why not.....BUT, the starter is not on the motor right now, so what do I do with the cable that comes from the start solinoid? Do I just cover the end with insulated rubber for the time being or remove it completely? The ground is nothing, just bolt it elsewhere's on the motor. Has anybody done this before and gotten away with it? Suggestions Todd. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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