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Old 09-10-2023, 08:09 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever removed their started off their 07 1800sr3? It is impossible to get to with very limited crawl space. Any tip is appreciated!
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It may help to remove the exhaust manifold to get better access.
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Is there a way to just remove the starter solenoid. Or will I have to remove the starter to get to the solenoid?
The solenoid is the what I’m trying to get to.
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I don’t know with you model. I sure it can be done but not sure if it’s easier to pull the starter to do it.
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Anyone knows which way the threads turn to loose? Is it lefty if would’ve looked upside down?
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Standard threads, right to tighten and left to loosen.
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It may help to remove the exhaust manifold to get better access.

Only way to do it , been there done that. Unless you are member of the Cirque du Soleil .

Save some time and the risk of breaking a bolt . Remove the exhaust manifold, get a new gasket for it and remove the starter, be gentle with the bolts and get a cheap wrench that you do not mind to filing it with the dremmel to be able to fit between the flywheel cover and the bolt.

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