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Hello everyone, i am trying to find a procedure on how to remove the starter from Giovani 110cc four wheeler. I tried to revome the three screws that seem to hold the starter in place. It stay in place when i pull it....tx for your help[
Those were the worst links I have ever seen. Operators manuals and the site to a company that doesn't even make a 110cc atv. Awsome.
If it is anything like the one I was working on remove the cover on the right hand side of the engine (it should be 4 bolts) You have to look carefully at where the bolts go and the parting lines of the case so you remove the correct ones. The starter is probably driving a sprocket and chain. If you remove the bolts that hold the starter on and it's loose, but you can't get it out the chain is still attached. I eventually got mine out by turning it, but you will have to remove the cover to get the chain back on the new starter anyway. Hope this helps.
Disconnect the positive battery cable from the battery. Remove the left side engine cover (as sitting on the machine) by removing the 8mm bolts from its perimeter. Depending on which model atv you have, it may be easier to remove the footwell to increase access. Once removed, you will be able to view the starter gear. Remove the snap ring in the center of the gear so it may be removed from the starter.
From the right side of the machine, locate the 8mm hex bolts at the base of the starter (no need to remove the phillips head screws). Remove the only wire lead connected to the starter and it's out.
Simply reverse these directions for the installation. Don't forget to hook up the ground wires if they were attached by any of the cover bolts.