Question about 1992 Lexus Sc 300

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Can't get a wrench on the bolts holding the starter

Lexus SC300 1993

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  • kimlacy Jun 17, 2009

    tried and no luck.

  • kimlacy Jun 17, 2009

    did you have to do any extra tear down?

  • kimlacy Jun 17, 2009

    thanks, will try. hard to get torque on bolt. will try again.

  • kimlacy Jun 17, 2009

    thanks, will start again tonight.

  • kimlacy Jun 18, 2009

    got it in and works great, thanks for your encouragement.

  • kimlacy Jun 18, 2009

    got it in and works great, thanks for your encouragement.

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You have to use a 3/8 drive extention with 12mm swivel socket.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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  • Mike Vincent
    Mike Vincent Jun 17, 2009

    thats is what i always use. I have done a bunch of sc300 starters

  • Mike Vincent
    Mike Vincent Jun 17, 2009

    no , just the starter bolts only. then you just have to turn it right and it will fall out.

  • Mike Vincent
    Mike Vincent Jun 17, 2009

    i will not be online again till tommorrow so let me know how your doing and i will try to help more if i can.

  • Mike Vincent
    Mike Vincent Jun 18, 2009

    great job!

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