A helpful test is removing the starter so that it may be repaired or overhauled (Tumer & Bajwa, 1999).
Failures in the cylinder mostly cause a fractional power loss and at other times it causes a full power loss. Cylinders have artificial steel barrel combined to a head casting with aluminum alloy. An individual may know if a cylinder is damaged when the barrels in the cylinder wear slowly. Excessive wear of the cylinder barrels are identified at inspection by borescope inspections and compression tests. Also, when the cylinder suffers failures, its head may separate from the cylinder barrel and a dramatic sound is heard (Tumer & Bajwa, 1999). Damaged components in the cylinder may be identified when the aircraft is serviced regularly. On the other hand, the damaged components may be identified when there is loss of compression and spark in the