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Right on, will check that tomorrow. Thanks bruh
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el barto said:The plan today was an oil change and to clean out the filter and screen. Upon closer inspection the PO has done this to the oil drain plug:
She's rounded right off and nothing is sticking. Ffs. Any suggestions on how to get it off?
Sonreir said:Pics up some of the small bits of metal floating around in the oil. Hopefully you never have any, but if you do see metal on the plug, then you know something is wrong.
You sure you're turning it the right way? It's upside down, so it will be backwards. I know that sounds silly, but I've done it before too.el barto said:Gotcha, thanks.
In other news the oil plug is not budging. Got some mole grips and a blow torch on it but nothing. Very frustrating.
deviant said:You sure you're turning it the right way? It's upside down, so it will be backwards. I know that sounds silly, but I've done it before too.
Sonreir said:I think he means that he can use the starter motor with the kill switch in the off position.
Yes, this is normal.
crazypj said:Actually, no.
The later CDI/TPI models have switch 'OPEN' when ON and 'CLOSED' when OFF.
ON, you don't have any continuity, OFF, you get power to points
crazypj said:You have to push it down so you can pry off the wire clip. Be careful as clip has to go back on. I usually re-form them a bit to make sure they are tight. When it's reassembled and transfer piece recess covers clip it can't move.
I've worked on a couple of motors where transfer piece is missing.
Head doesn't last very long when that happens
el barto said:Lil word of warning to anyone doing front brake adjustments on a 360: with the minimum of force one of the edges of the slotted adjuster nut sheared off when I began messing with it. Literally one turn and it came off. Not sure if mine was unusually brittle but something to watch out for.