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New starter in 1997 honda accord. Bolt closest to

New starter in 1997 honda accord. Bolt closest to the radiator may be stipped. Hubbie afraid to tighten. What to do? Wait for mechanic to come back on Monday?

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Is it in the starter or the trans? In the starter, replace the starter. In the trans, you may need to have someone repair the threads with helicoil, or you can put some locktight on the bolt, get it fairly tight, and it should set up.

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