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Re: Starter replacing

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Old 05-04-2005, 11:16 AM
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Re: Starter replacing


Remco wrote:
> I don't quite understand if you've gotten your starter out yet.
> If not, I find it easiest to use one of those 12 point rachet

wrences.
> A socket wrench did not work for me on the bottom bolt.
>
> Once you have it out, you may want to check into getting a repair kit
> for your starter. It is a fraction of the cost of a new starter.


No, I did not get out the starter yet because I can't loose the bottom
bolt. I can't reach that with my tool. I guess I have to go to shop or
I have to buy a pair jack-up.

 
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