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Old 10-10-2022, 08:37 AM
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One of my motors is hard to start after it gets warmed up. Have a new battery and a new starter other motor fine with same new battery. i new (one year) starter the suspect. it does the RA RA RA then when finally hit.

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Slow RA RA RA or fast RA RA RA? Timing could have moved or distributor locked up inside when warm causing it to be way advanced possibly?
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slow and will sometime act like hitting the starter
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Cables, connections, or advanced timing.
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slow and will sometime act like hitting the starter
Like it's kicking back? That's going to be timing too far advanced. Bust out the timing light and see where the timing is at.
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Will do thanks
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Didn't HP Mafia just rebuild these?? I would call him and have him diagnose the issue.
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Since nobody else has brought it up . . . . . make sure you aren't starting to get water in one or more of the cylinders and starting to hydro-lock. A little water will do the same thing as what you have. Probably the best way to check it is to get it good and hot and then let it sit while you pull all of the plugs. Crank it over while someone watches for any sign of water pumping out of the cylinders.
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Yes, sir he did thinking timing also getting ready to winterize so asked them to check it before pull the plug. since its doing the kick back thing hope its just the timing. if that doesn't fix it will look at your other suggestions.

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