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 Old 08-04-2013, 07:46 PM   #1
 
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Default How-to: Replace/remove starter

Tools needed

3/8" Ratchet with short extensions and the following sockets 8mm,10mm,12m and 14mm


Step 1: Remove your cold pipe,discharge pipe this may require you to remove your TMIC.

Step 2: Remove all four of 8mm bolts holding the TB, get ready to ctach the gasket

Step 3: Remove all three of 10mm bolts hlding this bracket






Step 4: Remove 14mm bolt holding the coolant pipe and may want to use a pry bar or screww driver to move it out of the way as you will need to get to the bolt/stud below the pipe to remove it aswell






Step 5: Remove 14mm bolt located below started




Step 6: remove cap protecting the bolt terminal, then remove the 14mm bolt holding terminal on starter and also remove the connector by pressing on the tab.










Now pull the starter straight out, replaced with new one and install everything in reverse order.
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great write up, thank you.
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This is gold... thank you so much for taking the time to do this.
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Thank you so much for taking the time to do that!
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Need some help, I can't get the bracket for the coolant hard line off the stud.

I've tried prying it and pulling on it but it won't budge more than about half the length of the stud.


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Originally Posted by turbskies View Post
Need some help, I can't get the bracket for the coolant hard line off the stud.

I've tried prying it and pulling on it but it won't budge more than about half the length of the stud.


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Did you end up figuring something out for this? cause I cant get it out of the way either,

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Did you end up figuring something out for this? cause I cant get it out of the way either,

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No, luckily I just had to clean the connections for the ground and other clips ( I think there were two) and it has worked since.

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Reviving an old thread..... Thanks for the write up as I need to tackle this myself in the near future. Nothing like a starter locking up on ya far from home. Freaked out thinking it was the motor with less than 5K on it!
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i just bought my speed 3 and have a 2.0 sedan. i appreciate the write up, but for a newbie like me i can't follow along because the lack of detail
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