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Old 08 Nov 2004, 04:00 pm
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Default How do you remove a starter on a 95 Integra?

Hi All
My wife's integra started just 'clicking' -- it takes a couple of
tries before finally starting. Got a starter and would like to replace
it before it leave her stranded somewhere.

How are these things removed? The top bolt I can see, but the bottom
one is harder to get to and looks like it will take a combination of
ujoints and extentions - that's going to be unfun.
Once it is unbolted, do I take the starter out from the top or does it
come out from under the car? Looking at the top, it looks like the air
intake duct has to come off, but it will still be pretty tight.
Or does anyone know of a better trick?

Thanks for any suggestions.
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