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How do you get the starter out after you take out the bolts? Seems there is not enough room for it to come out

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Your gonna have to take the bell house off,you will also have to take down the drive shaft at the front end,to get the bell house off.the bolt on the right side,is blocked by the drive shaft,,,,,i just changed mine a week ago

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