Ignition Switch In On

• Current no longer flows to terminal "50," but the main switch remains closed to allow current flow from terminal "C" through the pull-in coil to the hold-in coil.

• The magnetic fields in the two coils cancel each other, and the plunger is pulled back by the return spring.

• The high current to the motor is cut off and the pinion gear disengages from the ring gear.

• The armature has less inertia than the one in a conventional starter. Friction stops it, so a brake is not needed.

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