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Starter Solenoid Sleeve 0311217

Satisfaction rating 5 out of 5 (7 Ratings)
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  • This is an OEM part manufactured by Johnson/Evinrude, OMC
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  • 30 day return policy

Product Description

Bombardier factory part. Search for more factory parts & parts diagrams.

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7 Product Reviews

Evenrude 175

I will definitely be ordering more parts from this store.

Great, quick shipping, website up to date. Will use them again

The service was amazing!

Johnson 90 HP

Repair Difficulty
Repair Time
Less than 30 mins

Problem fixed: Starter replacement

Removed old starter and solenoid and replaced with new one. Simple job and quick.

Always have good luck ordering here. This was the first time the item was "in stock,ready to ship" but later was not in stock and had to be back ordered. Just hope it won't take long, as I really need the part.

Excellent..Crowley always gets me my parts fast and I appreciate that because nothing ever breaks at a convenient time..

OMC Johnson V4 120

Repair Difficulty
Repair Time
2 to 4 hours
Excellent on-line store, easy access to parts break-downs, accurate inventories. Great prices and fast delivery.

Problem fixed: Engine difficult to start, slow to no cranking

This is an old, old engine; the starter commutator was burned, the main battery cables were internally corroded, the stater solenoid was defective and the solenoid to starter cable was internally burned. Repair involved: 1. Removal of starter, starter solenoid (mark all wires where they came from), starter cable and main battery cables. 2. Replacement battery cables, I used 4 AWG, cut them to length and use only copper 4 AWG crimp terminal lugs. Do not solder the connectors on. Put 'no-ox' or equivalent anti-corrosion paste in the end of the lug and on any exposed wire, then put either heat shrink or electrical tape over the lug shaft and at least 3 inches of the cable. 3. Install new start solenoid. 4. Inspect and Clean the stater motor: a. Disassemble the starter b. Clean starter housing, armature, brushes and brush plate with a non-flammable solvent. Wipe and blow dry all pieces c. Using medium (180) then fine (800) sandpaper, clean the commutator until it is shiny copper. d. IMPORTANT: Use the "back" of a utility knife blade to clean out the slots between each commutator segment. Then blow out. e. Reassemble the starter. 5. Re-install the starter. 6. Double check the wiring is connected correctly. WARNING: Installing the solenoid wiring incorrectly can cause severe damage to the engine, starter, solenoid and battery. A fire is even likely. 7. Remove the spark plugs. 8. Test crank the motor to ensure all works well and correctly 9. Re-install the spark plugs 10. Test start the motor.

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