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Sector 750 starter spinning =no joy


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I have an issue with my sector crew 750

 2017 EFI

Starter engages and spins but does not turn the engine over. Does this mean a bad starter clutch. The starter is new. I started the pull of the cover where the starter clutch is located but cannot get to the back bottom bolts.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

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Most likely a new starter will fix it. The gear should pop up and mesh with the flywheel when engaged. On the lesser end of the spectrum there may be shipped teeth on the flywheel or starter.

EDIT, I'm sorry, my eyes skipped right over the "new starter" in your post.

Depending on how old it is and where you bought it from see if they'll warranty it.

Could also be it is hooked up incorrectly.

 

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