3-33. STARTING SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING (CONT)
TEST OR INSPECTION
3. STARTER CRANKS SLOWLY (UNDER 200 RPM) (Cont).
Try to crank engine using ignition key switch and listen to starter.
If starter sounds like it is overspeeding, go to step 3 below.
b. If starter does not sound like it is overspeeding but sound is
click, buzz, hum, or no sound, go to step 4 below.
Remove starter (page 5-16).
Check flywheel ring gear for missing or damaged teeth. You need only
check area on flywheel ring gear that is visible when starter is re-
a. If missing or damaged teeth are seen at flywheel ring gear, no-
tify next higher maintenance level (flywheel ring gear must be
r e p l a c e d ) .
b. If flywheel ring gear teeth are okay, replace starter (page
Dial 74 into TEST SELECT.
Dial 78 into TEST SELECT if VTM is not powered by loader batteries.
Press and hold TEST button until CAL appears on VTM display then re-
lease TEST button.
Wait for offset value to appear on display. Offset value should be
between -225 to +225. If it is not, STE/ICE is defective (refer to
Press and release TEST button.
Wait for GO to appear on display.
Be sure fuel SHUT OFF control is pulled completely out.
When GO appears, crank engine until OFF or an error message is dis-
Turn ignition key switch to off position .
a. If VTM display is between (TBD) milliohms, problem is either
weak batteries or tight engine. Go to page 3-286, battery system
troubleshooting, MALFUNCTION 2.
b. If VTM display is less than (TBD) milliohms, short circuit is in
starter circuit. Go to step 11 below.