Table 3-6. Unit Troubleshooting Table. -- Continued
Test or Inspection
STARTER WILL NOT CRANK.
Remove all jewelry such as rings, dog tags, bracelets, etc. If jewelry or tools contact positive electrical circuits, a
direct short may result. Damage to equipment and injury or death to personnel may occur.
Check for 24 Vdc at terminal B on starter solenoid (1) (refer to FO-3).
If 24 Vdc is present at terminal B and starter motor (2) does not crank, replace starter motor
starter button (3) (refer to FO-3).
If 24Vdc is not present at wire 26, check wire for continuity. Replace wire harness as necessary
Check for 24 Vdc at wire 28 on starter button (3) (refer to FO-3).
If 24 Vdc is not present at wire 28, replace starter button (Para 12-22).
Check starter solenoid (4) to ensure it is functioning correctly.
If starter solenoid (4) does not function correctly, replace starter solenoid (Para 12-16).
Check starter motor pinion to ensure it is not jammed in flywheel gear.
If starter motor pinion is jammed in flywheel gear, replace starter motor (Para 12-11).
Check engine (5) to ensure it is not seized.
If engine (5) is seized, notify Direct Support maintenance (Appendix L).