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Porsche 928s 1985 starter motor removal

Need to remove starter motor from Porsche 928s 1985 Have it unbolted but cant get past swaybar any solution without taking swaybar off
Starter spins but wont engage

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  • weatherhog Mar 03, 2009

    Engine is 4664cc

  • Jeremy Lamb May 11, 2010

    duz the car have the 5L motor

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Sorry you will have to remove the swaybar

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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