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When the engine starts and is able to run on its own, the operator usually releases the key and the solenoid spring withdraws the pinion gear from the ring gear and brings armature to a halt
When the engine starts and is able to run on its own, the operator usually releases the key and the solenoid spring withdraws the pinion gear from the ring gear and brings armature to a halt. TRUE.
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When the engine starts and is able to run on its own, the operator usually releases the key and the solenoid spring withdraws the pinion gear from the ring gear and brings armature to a halt. TRUE.
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When the engine starts and is able to run on its own, the operator usually releases the key and the solenoid spring withdraws the pinion gear from the ring gear and brings armature to a halt. TRUE.
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