[Healeys] Starter differences.

Thomas & Britta Willig willig at wtnet.de
Sat Sep 19 08:25:10 MDT 2015

The earlier Starter will have screw connectors, the later BJ8 will have Lucar "spade" connectors

Thomas Willig 

Von meinem iPad gesendet

> Am 17.09.2015 um 20:29 schrieb Brian Drab <bgdrab at eastlink.ca>:
> A quick question for the knowledgeable ones on the list:
> I have a late BJ8. Recently the started began to act a little erratically. I have a starter off an older BN6. I took it apart and cleaned it up and reassembled it. My plan was to simply install it on my BJ8. I noted that the Lucas number on this started was “ 25521D”.  It also  has the number M418G under the Lucas number.  As well, it appears to be date stamped as 6 58.
> I compared this started with the starter off my BJ8. It appeared identical in every respect both internally as well as externally. I then noted the Lucas number on the BJ8 starter as 25578B. It also has M418G stamped under it. The date stamp is 67.
> My question is what is the difference between the 2 starters. I note that Moss sells a starter for #25521D -  BN4 thru BT7 and a second starter for #25578B - BJ7 and BJ8.
> Victoria British lists one starter for all series of big Healeys. I then went onto several different starter repair company websites and all list only one starter for both numbers 25521D and 25578B.
> So - what is the difference?
> Brian Drab
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