Article 2066 - Starter - Slow Crank After Hot Soak - 351W - (SUPERSEDES ART. 1777, TSB #114)

TSB #131 - January 16, 1970
(Mustang, Fairlane, Ford - 1969)
(THIS ARTICLE SUPERSEDES ARTICLE 1777, TSB #114)


Units exhibiting a slow crank after a one to ten minute hot soak should be handled as follows:
    1. Check all starter, solenoid and battery connections for corrosion and tightness.
    2. Check battery for proper charge, recharge if specific gravity is below 1.250.
    3. Remove starter and lube the end plate bearings.
Should the problem still exist after the above, replace the battery to relay, relay to starter and battery to ground cables with the applicable 4 gauge cables.

PARTS:
DescriptionNumberClassAvail.
Battery to Relay CableC2RZ-14300-HAOK
Relay to Starter CableC2RZ-14300-CAOK
Battery to Ground CableC2RZ-14300-EAOK


WARRANTY STATUS: REIMBURSABLE
Operation: SP-11001-B-69 - Hard hot crank correction (steps 1-3)
Time: 0.4Hr.
Operation: SP-11001-B1-69 - Battery cable replacement
Time: All three cables - 0.4Hr.

DLR. CODING: Problem Code 82 - Basic Part No. 11001

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