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When there is a short in the starter,the resistance of the winding
decrease so the starter consume more current and the starter will crank
slow,while there is a risk of burn,eventually, the winds.
But when the brushes are worn or there are bad connections
along the starter line,the resistance along the line will increase,
the starter will also crank slow,but does the starter consume more current
or it just gets a lower voltage/lower current that crank the starter slow,but
with no risk of burning the winds(since the current doesn't increase)?
What exactly happens in that case?
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