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    Default Re: Chrysler 318/360 Marine Inboard Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by RicardoMarine View Post
    I am not quite sure which post you are referring to.
    It would be best if you were to post a photo of this. You don't want to make a mistake.



    As a general rule for a Non-Bendix motor:
    ...... you should see an "S" terminal. The "S" terminal will excite the solenoid field of which will energize the armature and kick the pinion gear into the ring gear.
    ...... you
    may also see an "R" or "I" terminal. If so, this will by-pass resisted ignition coil voltage.


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    I picked up a IMI Hi-torque starter not too long ago to replace the old style bendix drive. The new one has an extra post to the solenoid whereas the old one just had the post to to ignition.

    Here is a photo of what I'm referring to:
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    Default Re: Chrysler 318/360 Marine Inboard Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by crashband View Post
    I picked up a IMI Hi-torque starter not too long ago to replace the old style bendix drive. The new one has an extra post to the solenoid whereas the old one just had the post to to ignition.

    Here is a photo of what I'm referring to:
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    OK, if you are comparing the old Bendix style connections to this new HTGR/PMGR motor, then I see what you are asking about.

    The bendix style motor does not incorporate a solenoid. It requires a switching device only...... of which is an electro-magnetic type contacting device!
    With the HTGR/PMGR motor, it does incorporate a solenoid.
    This solenoid kicks the pinion gear out into the ring gear while simultaneously completing the armature circuit.

    That small terminal that you have circled in red would be the "S" terminal.

    (with the old Bendix unit, the "S" terminal would have been on the electro-magnetic contact device)

    There will be a yellow circuit coming from your key switch "Start" position terminal. It will pass through your Neutral Safety Switch.
    That is your "S" terminal conductor that will connect to the starter motor's small terminal.


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  3. #33

    Default Re: Chrysler 318/360 Marine Inboard Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by RicardoMarine View Post
    OK, if you are comparing the old Bendix style connections to this new HTGR/PMGR motor, then I see what you are asking about.

    The bendix style motor does not incorporate a solenoid. It requires a switching device only...... of which is an electro-magnetic type contacting device!
    With the HTGR/PMGR motor, it does incorporate a solenoid.
    This solenoid kicks the pinion gear out into the ring gear while simultaneously completing the armature circuit.

    That small terminal that you have circled in red would be the "S" terminal.

    (with the old Bendix unit, the "S" terminal would have been on the electro-magnetic contact device)

    There will be a yellow circuit coming from your key switch "Start" position terminal. It will pass through your Neutral Safety Switch.
    That is your "S" terminal conductor that will connect to the starter motor's small terminal.


    .
    Thanks Ricardo!

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