starter bolts??

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by jareds98gt, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. jareds98gt

    jareds98gt New Member

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    i started changing my clutch last night, what a pain in the ass. i have all but 1 of the top bellhousing bolts out and one of the starter motor bolts out.
    any advice on how to get the starter out??? and is it ok to use a little anti-sieze on the input shaft when i put it back together??
     
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    jareds98gt New Member

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    well, i finally figured it out :hammer:. got it all taken apart and im gonna get the flywheel resurfaced tomorrow.
     
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    s3c2n01 New Member

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    YOU DONT HAVE TO PUT THAT BOLT BACK IN THE STARTED. sorry about the caps. there is two in mine and every one that takes it out.
     
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    yeah.. but if you wrap it with a piece of scotch tape it goes in easy. but i agree i only put 2 in also.
     
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    I only put 2 bolts back in on mine too. Not worth the hassle trying to get the 3rd put back in.
     
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    Mine hasn't had that third bolt since my first ans swap in 99, lol.
     
  7. mike97gt

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    ahh u guys are quitters... nothing a whole bunch of entensions and a swivel cant accomplish! lol :banana:

    dont anti-sieze the shaft.. put some oil on it if you want but anti-sieze doesnt seem like a good idea.