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How do I remove the bendix for the starter.

How do I remove the bendix fro my Johnson 1978 starter?

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You need to undo the nut! If you twist the pinion gear so it engages with the flywheelIt will make the job easier.Or you may have to hold the shaft with a pair of vice grips, make sure you protect the shaft if vice grips are used

Posted on Feb 19, 2012

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Should be just a snap ring

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