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Starter removal do i need to jack up motor

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  • db22260 Nov 02, 2008

    been under there for 2 hours...turned it every which way. I think i just might have too

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You shouldnt have to but the way they are making these new vehicles you might but yo my knowledge you wont need to

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

  • Ronnie Houston Nov 02, 2008

    good luck with it and be careful ron

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