[V6-12v] Starter motor
thecyberpoet at cyberpoet.net
Sun Nov 25 17:06:05 PST 2007
Braided electrical line is cheap and fairly easy to find -- most
shops that wind alternators in-house will have it readily available
and be able to fab up a replacement.
Even if you can't find a local fabricator to make one, like Tom said,
you can probably revamp the existing one. I would suggest placing the
replacement in some form of heat-shrink tubing or other protector to
keep it from corroding as fast again in the northern salt roads...
=-= Marc Glasgow
On Nov 25, 2007, at 4:17 PM, Tom Christiansen wrote:
> No experience personally, but if the braid is made of copper and you
> have a good way of cleaning it to the point where all the copper is
> shiny, you should be able to solder a link on there.
> On Nov 25, 2007 10:46 AM, Clive Young <cyoung1661 at rogers.com> wrote:
>> The motor is now out and I can see the problem. The braided line
>> tha runs
>> from he strter to the solenoid i completely coroded away. I just
>> can't see
>> replacing the whole assembly just for this. I am going to see if I
>> can get a
>> link welded on. Anyone have any coments or experience wit this ?
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