Date: Thu, 4 Mar 1999 12:55:44 -0800
From: "White Flame (aka David Holz)" <white-flame!!!nopsamemove!!!cities.com>
Subject: 85-88 Starter repair


I think 85-88 was the engine run that had the starter that's in my '87 900 (USA). Anyways, it's under the intake manifold on the driver's side of the engine. It's mounted by two large bolts/nuts on the flywheel assembly, then has a bracket off of the back of it that's mounted to the engine block. I stripped the head of one of the bracket bolts, (I haven't taken anything off of the car yet, except for the throttle sensor switch (how do you put it back on ?)) so I'm wondering if I can just cut the bracket and leave the new starter just bolted by the front 2 bolts. Any comments? White Flame (aka David Holz) http://fly.to/theflame

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