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Take the right front tire off and remove the sphash guard, using a rachet, couple of
extentions and a swivel head you can get to the starter bolts.
There is limited access and its a slow go, but not to bad.
I just removed mine from 1991 Nissan and had it rebuilt for around 100.00 dollars.

Posted on Jan 25, 2011


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