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If the post is loose, you will probably have to disassemble the starter and tighten it up from the inside. I am guessing here without having looked in the book but if it's loose, it won't allow a good electrical connection and that will cause your starter problems. You should check the maintenance manual first before tearing it all apart but it seems like a logical conclusion.
If tearing it apart is the way to fix it, make sure you inspect all the other parts while it's apart. Replace any that look or test questionable.
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