grevenz

sedan 34 foot pedal starter

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Hi guys

Just bought a 34 ,with a flathead 6 201cui..

But i cant figure out hov to connect the starter to power supply..There`s no connection terminals at all at the starter assembly?

Anyone here know something about this?

kind regards

Grevenz

Thanks in advance

 

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24 minutes ago, grevenz said:

Hi guys

Just bought a 34 ,with a flathead 6 201cui..

But i cant figure out hov to connect the starter to power supply..There`s no connection terminals at all at the starter assembly?

Anyone here know something about this?

kind regards

Grevenz

Thanks in advance

 

You are missing the starter push switch which bolts to the starter housing. The battery cable attaches to the switch. When you push the starter pedal in the car it will close the switch and connect with the pad you see on top of your starter. Here's a picture of my 34 Dodge. Chrysler used this system for a number of years. The switch is still available as it was used on commercial vehicles . I'll try and find the pt# for you

Ken

 

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2 hours ago, certjeff1 said:

Delco Remy part #820052. I have many of these NOS.

How Much does it cost?and will you send it to Denmark?

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You might be able to buy one in Denmark from a tractor parts supplier.  Delco starters were used on many engines.  There are only about three different switches.  One is plain, one has a side terminal for connecting accessories and one has a longer shaft.

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Here are pictures of the three I mentioned as well as an IHC from the mid fifties.

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