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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Solenoid starter

Solenoid starter


Remove the protection cover (a).

Solenoid starter


Undo the screws (2), taking care to collect the spring washers (3).

Remove the starter motor-solenoid cable (4) and the solenoid-battery cable (5).

Remove the starter solenoid (1) sliding it upwards.

Solenoid starter


Checking operation of the starter solenoid

To check the solenoid starter proceed as indicated in sect. 6 - 8, "Starter motor relay".

Ensure that the terminals are not oxidised.

Position the solenoid-starter motor cable (4) and the solenoid-battery cable (5) on the solenoid terminals.

Start the screws (2) fitting the spring washers (3).

Tighten the screws (2) to a torque of 4 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Apply waterproof spray in the area of the screws.

Fix the starter solenoid (1) to the battery support inserting it in the tongues (b).

Solenoid starter


Refit the protection cover (a) inserting it on the solenoid starter guides until it engages with the tabs on both sides of the solenoid starter.

Solenoid starter


Solenoid starter


Starter motor
Power: 0.7 Kw/12 v Direction of rotation: counter clockwise viewed from power take-off side. The starter motor is highly compact and reliable and therefore rarely gives any type of problem. ...

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