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Old 09-03-2012, 05:02 PM   #1
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i have done the troubleshooting on the motor and it seems to be bad. it is on a 200 series joy stick type system on my old c-class. i have searched, but can't seem to find just the replacement motor online. does anybody know where i can order one ? i have not tried hwh yet,but will if i can't find one somewhere else.
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Old 09-03-2012, 05:19 PM   #2
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Grainger might have them, if you can somehow cross reference them.
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You'll need to pull it to replace it,one way or the other. Suggest you do that, then see if you can locate somebody in the area rebuilding starter motors. Take your motor to them to see if they can do anything with it. It's not unusual that they can, and if that's the case you'll be rewarded with a repair bill that's just a small fraction of what a new motor might have cost you. Not to mention the hassle of trying to locate one...
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You'll need to pull it to replace it,one way or the other. Suggest you do that, then see if you can locate somebody in the area rebuilding starter motors. Take your motor to them to see if they can do anything with it. It's not unusual that they can, and if that's the case you'll be rewarded with a repair bill that's just a small fraction of what a new motor might have cost you. Not to mention the hassle of trying to locate one...
And you can be sure that it is an exact replacement, with all the bolt holes lining up.
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And you can be sure that it is an exact replacement, with all the bolt holes lining up.
Sorry, I was thinking of rebuilding the original motor at a facility capable of rebuilding starter motors, but never said that in so many words. Obviously should have! -Al
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I replaced mine a few weeks ago with one from Ebay for 75 bucks. Bolted up like original and works great. I tried to rebuild the original but didn't last long and didn't have power it needed. Here is link to Ebay. Good luck. Jim Northman Snow Plow Motor MGL-4007 MKW-4011 MKW-4009 | eBay
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I replaced mine a few weeks ago with one from Ebay for 75 bucks. Bolted up like original and works great. I tried to rebuild the original but didn't last long and didn't have power it needed. Here is link to Ebay. Good luck. Jim Northman Snow Plow Motor MGL-4007 MKW-4011 MKW-4009 | eBay
i'm gonna try too take it off tomorrow and see what it looks like and see if the one in the link might work
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Genesimmons - I sent you a PM.
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ordered pump thursday afternoon and got it today,that was fast!. put it on and works great. thanks for the link rjdelapp. now, i have one broke jack spring :(
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