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funny enough i had to make a homemade puller last night for the yam 55,the hydro puller just was,nt cutting the cake and there was a risk of damaging the outer ring gear..On the yam flywheel there is 3 threaded holes close to the shaft so after finding a piece of round plate i nipped it up in the rotary table and drilled 1 centre hole and 3 other holes were the fixing bolts would go.Then welded a nut on the underside of the plate to take a bolt down the middle to screw down on to the shaft after fixing with the 3 bolts to the flywheel,applied screw pressure and a little tap with the hammer and "pop" off it came. Little hint is on a taper the closer you can apply the force the easier it will pull and always re-fit with a very fine smear of grease on the taper for future easier removal
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funny enough i had to make a homemade puller last night for the yam 55,the hydro puller just was,nt cutting the cake and there was a risk of damaging the outer ring gear..On the yam flywheel there is 3 threaded holes close to the shaft so after finding a piece of round plate i nipped it up in the rotary table and drilled 1 centre hole and 3 other holes were the fixing bolts would go.Then welded a nut on the underside of the plate to take a bolt down the middle to screw down on to the shaft after fixing with the 3 bolts to the flywheel,applied screw pressure and a little tap with the hammer and "pop" off it came. Little hint is on a taper the closer you can apply the force the easier it will pull and always re-fit with a very fine smear of grease on the taper for future easier removal
will post up pics if anyone wants to see it.
Sounds good lets see it
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Ok guys, Just managed to get the flywheel off using a puller and a smack from the hammer.
Will remove stator tomo for bench test.
Have found 2 magnets loose and out of position under the flywheel ? Could this cause my problems ?

Cheers Juker
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Ok guys, Just managed to get the flywheel off using a puller and a smack from the hammer.
Will remove stator tomo for bench test.
Have found 2 magnets loose and out of position under the flywheel ? Could this cause my problems ?

Cheers Juker
make sure you have not dis-lodged them by repeated blows with the hammer iff your happy with the fact they were loose to begin with then as stated by Russ they will cause problems
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I can't prove that the hammer didn't move them, But i only hit the flywheel once !
What my fix on the flywheel magnets ?
Is it worth using glue then refixing flywheel for testing ?
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Since the flywheel is on a taper it is extremely unlikely that you have dislodged the magnets,putting them back is not so easy !
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Magnets were fixed back in position, refixed engine/flywheel and still no joy
Just waiting on a towbar for our new car, then i think I'm going to take it to the dealers to fix.
Will update once its been sorted.
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Magnets were fixed back in position, refixed engine/flywheel and still no joy
Just waiting on a towbar for our new car, then i think I'm going to take it to the dealers to fix.
Will update once its been sorted.
just try spinning the motor and getting an AC voltage reading off the stator 1st..you should have about 35-40 volts AC before it goes into the reg/rec,dont matter which way the wires are. Will give you a better idea if the stator is knacked given its back together correct that is
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just try spinning the motor and getting an AC voltage reading off the stator 1st..you should have about 35-40 volts AC before it goes into the reg/rec,dont matter which way the wires are. Will give you a better idea if the stator is knacked given its back together correct that is
Ok just run the tester on the wires from the stator
Yellow - left on rec - 10.6v
Yellow - right on rec - 10.7v
Red to switch box - 48.2v
Blue to switch box - 137.9v

What you guys think ?
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