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How do you remove starter on 1987 Jetta vw? top or underneath?

How do you remove starter on 1987 Jetta vw?

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Support the engine as the bolts go through the front motor mounts, disconnect battery (have radio cde if ness) diconnect starter wres, remov bolts> Install is reverse.

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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