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philfox
    
The starter doesn't turn the motor over very fast. Is this characteristic of normal operation?
I am working with orginal equipment in a restoration effort for a 37 Chevy sedan. Even though the starter has supposedly been overhaul. This starter doesn't turn the moter hardly fast enough to start the engine.
posted: July 27, 2012
 
    
 
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23dodges10
    
First check connections, if hot its not getting good contact.Are the wires getting hot? Battery in good shape? Was the starter rewound for 12 volt or is still 6 volt. If still 6 volt try 12 volt battery and see if that makes it turn faster.
posted:  July 27, 2012
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61pontiac
    
if evry thing check's out, check the timing could be it needs advanced.
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