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Old 09-06-2011, 06:11 PM
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how to replace starter drive

1964 f100 w/292 v8
so i've pulled off the starter and found the starter drive broken in half.
well the gear part anyway.

i can see the 'drift pin' at the top of the shaft, this obviously holds all the goodies on the shaft.

i've got the new part on order from napa but i have no clue how to get that pin out. i can't seem to 'compress' the top washer any at all to expose the pin enough to knock it out.

anyone have experience replacing the starter drive?

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You have the Bendix inertia type of starter drive (C2AZ-11350-C ~ Motorcraft SD-132), it comes as a one piece assembly: Includes the gear, housing and large coil spring.

It's retained on the starter armature shaft with the "drive pinion" (drift) pin (C2AZ-11365-A). You have to 'unwind' the starter drive to gain access to the pin...to drive it out.

It's a snap to unwind it, but...when this drive unwinds, it can be a PITA to get it back into position.
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thanks for the tip.
i gave a 'cursory' attempt but hopefully when the new assembly arrives, i'll be able to unwind it and expose the pinion.

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Grab the housing with one hand, hold it firmly, the coil spring with the other, then turn the spring...the drive unwinds.

But it takes muscle to reverse the process.
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