Electric Starter 120V
Installation of Voltage Regulators
NOTE: Avoid - Regulator will not function in this position.
Regulator should be mounted at a point of minimum
There must be a good ground connection between
regulator mounting feet and equipment frame and
between the engine and equipment frame. If this is not
possible, a #14 wire must be run from the grounded
regulator mounting foot to the engine.
12 Volt Starter-Generator
Belt Adjustment Procedure
Fig. 134 - 12 Volt Starter-Generator (Low Position)
To adjust, tilt away from blower housing until belts move
up and down 1/4" with thumb pressure at a point midway
between pulleys. Tighten screws to hold in place and
install guard and tighten in place. Fig. 134 and Fig.
Fig. 135 - 12 Volt Starter-Generator (High Position)
Fig. 136 - Belt Drive 120 Volt Starter
Adjust Belt (120 Volt AC Starter Motor)
Belt adjustment is made by loosening the two nuts
shown in Fig. 137, and sliding the motor in the slots.
Torque on nuts in 15-20 inch pounds (1.7 to 2.2 Nm).
Fig. 137 - Belt Adjustment
Be sure belt is between prongs of the belt restrictor.
Crank engine with starter motor and ignition "Off."
Observe dimensions as indicated in Fig. 137, Illus. A. If
dimension "A" is 3/32" to 1/8" (2.4 to 3.2 mm), belt is in
proper adjustment. If dimension "A" is less than 3/32"
while cranking, the starter motor must be adjusted away
from the engine. If more than 1/8", the motor must be
adjusted toward the engine.