How to rebuild a 42MT

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15 Replies to “How to rebuild a 42MT”

  1. Thanks Mike….
    I asked you this question earlier regarding the 24 Volt 42 MT….when I had it disassembled I checked for
    Continuity between the staters (where brushes make contact) and armature. My volt meter set on olms showed continuity. …can it be repaired or do I check it???

  2. Hi Mike watched your video..great job!!
    My starter is a 42MT 24 V positive ground 11 tooth counter clockwise Unit.. it's off a International harvester H80 1970's model..
    Anyway I'm reading continuity between stater and armature..is it throw away, or can it be repaired??
    Also I have a identical starter (Delco- R) 11 tooth neg ground 12 volts…. it is in working condition… Can it be converted to 24volts positive ground?????? Thanks Nick

  3. hi mike , I have a problem with my starter and I can not graduate well bendix … or it does not happen that when we give up and will not start because the Bendix does not mesh with the rack of the steering wheel , not as graduate it properly you help me with this issue ?

    Thank you

  4. HI mike i just finished rebuilding my starter but i have a problem… the starter is throwing a lot of sparks at each end of the starter mainly. Do you think it could be the bushings fitted incorrectly therefore causing the armature to float/wobble and be the cause of the sparking or the washers being improperly placed? Any ideas???

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