Starter Motor Assembly & Reassembly
(AT - 082)
  • Understanding the function and main purpose of using the automotive starting system
  • Observation of the internal structure of the starter motor.
  • Disassemble the starter motor into pieces and reassemble it.
  • Practicing the use of tools for assembly and disassembly.
  • Starter Motor Assembly & Reassembly (AT - 082)
  • Hard copy user manual

Starter Motor Assembly & Reassembly is a great educational tool designed to enable trainees to investigate the internal construction of the starter motor and its working theory. This Starter Motor is carefully sectioned for training purposes to better differentiate the various parts of the motor. Moreover, the training unit has been designed to enhance the hands-on skills of assembly and disassembly of the starter motor.

                                     
  • The educational unit aims to demonstrate the internal components of the starter motor including the stator, rotor, and the functional solenoid and actuation mechanism.
  • The trainer is designed with a vertical panel accommodates a sectioned starter motor and a horizontal storage cabinet.
  • All the internal parts of the starter are mounted on the vertical panel with the name of each component beneath it.
  • The parts of the starter motor are: armature (rotor), solenoid, stator & brushes, pinion-fork, front cover, and end cover.
  • Assembling all these parts together enables trainees to enhance their skills in assembling and disassembling.
  • The storage cabinet is provided to store the different starter’s components in addition to all the pieces necessary for each assembly step.
  • Each part inside the drawer is numbered to provide better organization in order to facilitate the assembly and disassembly process.
  • It is also equipped with hard foam adequate compartments to contain the disassembled components for the purpose of safe storage.
  • A schematic diagram is designed on the unit frame to provide representation of the stator motor construction and position with respect to the engine. This can help trainees learn and analyze the operating principle of the system.
  • A choice of either a petrol engine starter motor cutaway or that of a diesel engine is available.