OEM REPLACEMENT STARTER 33329F 33329 33329D 33329E 37000
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- OEM replacement
- Teeth:16 teeth on gear
- Includes starter, starter button, power cord and hardware
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|Package Height||2.9 x 6.4 x 11.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||6.25 pounds|
fITS MODELS: HONDA Floor care equipment with LP powered engines;GXV340 and GXV390 Propane buffer engines OEM replacement- HM-70, HM-80, HMSK-80, VH-60, HMSK-85, HMSK-90, HMSK-100, HMSK-105, HMSK-110, LH-318SA, OH-318SA, OHSK-100, OHSK-110, OHSK-120, OHSK-125, OHSK-130, OHSK-80, OHSK-90; For 8, 10 and12 HP Snow King engines
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Well, the starter was not an OEM. I called the company who sent it to us and they verified that it was not, but I was charged as though it was. I had purchased another starter through Amazon a short while back, and that starter was an OEM and was the same price, but sent from a different company.
The second starter would not line up with the screw holes on my snow blower and starter holes had to be drilled out to make them align properly. The bolts for bottom of the starter had heads so large that they hit the starter and would not allow the starter to fit in place properly. I had to get new bolts to make it fit properly.
Consequently, I was not a happy camper, but I needed to use the snow blower and had no choice but to make it work so I could use it at the time.
When I removed the old starter, I found that all the teeth were ground off the gear on the motor. Luckily, I counted the (missing) teeth and I ordered this replacement starter. Unfortunately, it did not slip easily into place - the slots in the electric starter's mounting tabs were the wrong size - and required that I grind out those slots to make it fit. I finally got it installed and plugged it in to test it. I hit the starter button and it immediately began cranking the engine. Too bad it wouldn't stop when I let off the starter button! It just continued to crank... Luckily, I was able to pull the plug from the outlet and stop it before it ate my snow thrower!!! In plain terms, it does not work....
Since snow season is upon us, I haven't pulled it out to replace it (next summer- maybe). Luckily, the Tecumseh manual pull starter works very well.