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Starter Remove/Replace


Description

DIY for Starter Remove/Replace

I hate tutorials where people just post a list of instructions... I can read, but I like pictures better.  

 

I have attached the Porsche instructions for reference.  This is an easy repair in terms of technical difficulty but the physical difficulty is up there unless you have arms & hands the size of a 5-year old.  You will never see the upper bolt until it falls out.  You will see that I have remove the counter-weights from the shift lever - this is not necessary for the starter removal - I just did it for weight and feel.  Here you go...

 

 

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