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IceShark IceShark is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: MN
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Nate, yes, it is due to the starter inserting into the bellhousing from the rear rather than front because we don't have a transmission in the way. So it needs to spin the other way around.

Once you get the starter out you should be able to take it apart and clean up in less than an hour. But as Adrian has discovered you better PB Blaster the two main bolts holding the starter on the night before. They can really be socked on there tight. Or use an impact wrench.

You should see your new headlights in a couple days. They went out on the 6th.
Old 08-08-2004, 03:27 PM
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