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Petrol or diesel,
diesel uses 8 mm bolts pin under starter,1.9 td
petrol i need to know what size engine

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There is no mark there is a hole in the block behind the starter motor which you have to insert a pin which locates into the flywheel to lock the crank into place you might find it easier to remove the starter motor

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