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Old 04-26-2009, 06:15 PM
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Default need help!! need a diagram for a spyke starter

hey all im new round these parts... just thinkin yall may be able to help me out. i took my starter apart the other night like a dumb@@@ and everything was workin with the starter just fine before...thought it was the solenoid but come to find out it was the darn relay!!! soo my dilema is that the bendix wont stay engaged long enough to turn the motor over. it there anyone out here that can point me in the right direction of a exploded diagram of the evo starter soo i can make sure the thing is put back together right???
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