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How do you remove the starter

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Same on all cars.
1: remove neg. lug of battery first. (or BOOM eat acid)
2: remove all wires from starter.
3: unbolt it. it falls to hands.

getting to it is another matter and question.
the 4 buck fsm covers this.. why not read the official books?
we have posted this answer on forenza here like 10 times.
why repeat that?
there are 4 engines used world wide.
but only the 2.0L twin cam here, in usa are you USA? we cant guess countries here...... eva.
i have posted the engine views too.

it's located HERE. 2.0L only.
gaining access to it, is the only real question,
is that your question?
that depends on hand size, tools (extension /universals,etc)
if hands are huge, it may take intake man. removal.
doing from under car would be very hard, unless had spaghetti arms. or (rubber man arms)
if you can't reach it , it's obvious, right? that which is in the way must come off.
x marks the spot....
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the book is 4 bucks
read the book yet/?

Posted on Jul 19, 2015


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