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Old October 14th, 2019, 08:27 AM   #1
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I was using my XD9000i this weekend and it stopped working at first it was just flaky and then all together stopped.

I pulled the end off the motor and the brushes are seized up in the holders. Then I broke the wire off one trying to get it loose.

Where can I get replacement brushes? All the parts diagrams show the motor as a whole and nothing inside it.

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Old October 14th, 2019, 08:43 AM   #2
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It's a bosch motor. I'd pull what's left of one and get the measurements for it and go that way.

Based upon that picture though there might be other issues. I'd pull the whole motor and see what the internals look like. It could be seizing up. The brushes look like they're making contact

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Old October 14th, 2019, 09:35 AM   #3
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I'd try a local starter/alternator rebuild shop. They should be able to get any parts you would need.
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Old October 15th, 2019, 01:57 PM   #4
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u could talk to eugene at import auto electric, used to be on telegraph near 6 mile?
he has rebuilt a couple weird motors for me in the past, and is fairly reasonable.

i would have it all rebuilt, it has seen better days.
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I agree with others, I think you're past just replacing the brushes.
cut your losses and just get it rebuilt, or replaced before you waste any time on it.
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The brushes and brush holders are the only thing that look this bad. The rest looks great.
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I agree with others, I think you're past just replacing the brushes.
cut your losses and just get it rebuilt, or replaced before you waste any time on it.
Yes, starter rebuilds are under $150.00 in my area.
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The brushes and brush holders are the only thing that look this bad. The rest looks great.
Really? from the picture the housing looks pretty flaky and the rotor has a good coat of rust on it.

I could be wrong. but is just my experience. The rust on in the inside of the case got me once in the same situation. Cleaned some stuff up, replaced brushes. Rust flakes tossing around in there ended up causing problems and arcing eventually.
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Rugged Ridge 15103.21 was almost a direct replacement.

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