3-33. STARTING SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING (CONT)
TEST OR INSPECTION
3. STARTER CRANKS SLOWLY (UNDER 200 RPM) (Cont).
Step 13. Clamp current probe around cable connec-
ted to starter solenoid S terminal with
current probe arrow pointing towards
t e r m i n a l .
Dial 90 into TEST SELECT.
Press and hold TEST button until CAL ap-
pears on VTM display then release TEST
b u t t o n.
Wait for offset value to appear on dis-
p l a y.
Offset value should be between
-225 to +225. If it is not, STE/ICE is
defective (refer to TM 9-4910-571-12&P).
Press and release TEST button.
Crank engine and watch VTM display.
VTM display should indicate (TBD) amps.
Turn ignition key switch off.
a. If VTM display is (TBD) amps and starter current was high in
step 5 above, go to step 14 below.
b. If VTM display is (TBD) amps, replace starter (page 5-16).
If VTM display is not (TBD) amps, replace starter (page 5-16).
Remove starter (page 5-16).
Slide starter drive on shaft and rotate
armature to check for binding.
a. If binding is felt or armature cannot be
r o t a t e d , r e p l a c e s t a r t e r ( p a g e 5 - 1 6 ).
b. If starter is okay, check engine oil for
excessively dirty condition (could cause
engine to be tight). Change engine oil and
f i l t e r ( p a g e 4 - 2 ).
If engine oil is okay,
go to page 3-234 , engine troubleshooting,
MALFUNCTION 6, step 11.