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Where is the bolts to remove a 85 honda accord starter???

What the procisure to remove a 1985 honda accord starter. i cannot find the bolts where are they

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If youve found the starter motor there are 2 bolt diagnolly across from eeach other12mm from memory. if you cant find the starter look for where the gearbox meets the engine and follow the line

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