d. Starter Motor.
When working on electrical components, remove all jewelry, dog tags, and
metal Items to avoid electrical shock and burns.
(1) Test. (Refer to Figure 4-33).
Set multimeter to DC volts; place red multimeter lead on positive terminal (1) and black to ground with
ignition switch on and starter button pushed in The multimeter should indicate 24-volts.
If voltage is not present at starter terminal (1), troubleshoot starting circuitry.
Place red multimeter lead on starter switch terminal (2). Multimeter should indicate 24 volts.
If voltage is below 24 volts, test battery and battery cables.
Place red multimeter lead on starter switch terminal (3). With ignition switch ON and starter button pushed
in, multimeter should indicate 24 volts.
If voltage is present at both points and starter (4) fails to rotate engine (5), replace starter (4).
If voltage is present at starter terminal (1) and starter switch terminal (2), but not (3), replace starter
Disconnect negative battery lead from batteries (para. 4-26).
Loosen two hose clamps (7) and remove engine air intake hose (8).
Remove alternator belt guard (para. 4-31).
Remove alternator (para. 4-32).
Loosen two hose clamps (9) and remove hose (10).
Remove lube tank duct (11) from heater plenum (12) and heat inlet (13) by loosening two clamps (14). Pull
lube tank duct off and set aside.
Unplug starter switch lead (15), which has wire tag #26, from starter terminal (1).
Remove positive battery lead (16) and wire #28 from starter terminal (2) by removing nut (17) and washer
Remove three cap screws (19) and three lockwashers (20) holding starter (4). Discard three lockwashers.
Pull starter (4) straight off from engine (5).
Rotation of oil pressure switch may be necessary.