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Hey guys been a while since Ive been on here hope all is well. Question for you guys is there a cross reference number for a starter for the T2 I already did the whole really thing that Kinarfi was great explaining worked great for a while relay is clicking looks like I still got good ground and power so I am thinking starter is just not doing the job. So is there another starter out there that can be used or do I need to get it from joyner??

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Hey guys been a while since Ive been on here hope all is well. Question for you guys is there a cross reference number for a starter for the T2 I already did the whole really thing that Kinarfi was great explaining worked great for a while relay is clicking looks like I still got good ground and power so I am thinking starter is just not doing the job. So is there another starter out there that can be used or do I need to get it from joyner??

charlie

you may be able to have yours rebuilt. I saw this add on craigslist but never purchased from them.

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/mcy/2818628522.html

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I have a spare starter, but I don't particularly trust it, it seems to me that it just didn't give me the out put that I needed, that is, it didn't seem to spin the motor fast enough, it's been quite a while since I changed it out. May you just have a weak on or a bad winding on it. have you had it tested by any one such as O'Rielly or Autozone check it? Maybe I need to have mine tested.

Good luck, let us know what happens,

Kinarfi

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im gonna have it tested thanx for the reply kinarfi, I thought when we spoke last you said you had replaced your starter did youb get a factory one or is there another that will fit??? It happened yestarday couple times just didnt wanna start could here the relay clicking so Im assuming enless its the neutral switch the wiring is good.

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Kinarfi and Lenny helped me out with wiring up a relay this morning. Going to do it and see what happens. I had mine tested at Autozone and they have to put in what the model of the car that starter works with or on. In my case they used a Toyota Camry which was similar in electrical specs. It passed on all 3 tests they do. I guess my question is if it tests fine on their tester could it still be intermittant when installed. Brushes bad or something like that where it could work at times and sometimes not? I am going to do the relay and hope that solves everything. Yes, you can have them rebuilt as I don't think you can find any exact replacement at least very easily. If I still have the problem I am going to one of my starter/alternator accounts that rebuilds and just have them replace everything for me and would hope that solves any problems once and for all. Going with the relay first as even if I get it rebuilt it could still give me the same intermittant problems as before so I don't know if that is the answer either.

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bruhaw

Kinarfi sent me a wire diagram withhow to install the new relay to the solinoid worked great just started acting up gonna check factory relay and check for signal when key is on was fine just started again not sure whats up but however new relay clicks everytime I try to start so eathier im loosing power or loose connection or I gues starter

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starter issue all set loose connection at relay and almost brocken connection at starter solenoid thanx for the input anyone. hey is there a cross reference number for rear wheel bearings mine is a little loose r/r talked to silverbullets they have them but didnt know if I could get one local, one of these days Ill try to put some pics of my trooper on here lol

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No one else has found a cross reference for the bearing dispite trying. It's an odd balll size Silverbullet is the only one that has managed to sourse one from someone other then Joyner. The stock Joyner bearing seems to not hold up very well. Replace with tapered roller bearings and not ball bearings.

Lenny

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No one else has found a cross reference for the bearing dispite trying. It's an odd balll size Silverbullet is the only one that has managed to sourse one from someone other then Joyner. The stock Joyner bearing seems to not hold up very well. Replace with tapered roller bearings and not ball bearings.

Lenny

I thought rocmoc had found something very close.Have to do a search to find it if he doesnt chime in here soon.

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