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Old 06 Nov 2004, 08:13 pm
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Default 95 Integra/Civic starter removal

Hi All

"Just as you think you're out, they suck you back in" - Just as I fix
one problem, another pops up:

My wife's integra started just 'clicking' instead of actually starting
-- it takes a couple of tries before finally starting. I cleaned all
the contacts and grounds, so I am pretty sure the starter is going

Is there a special trick to replacing these? It is awfully tight under
that hood. (The bottom bolt will be a character builder, I already see
I guess I have to take the air intake hose off, but is there enough
room to go through the top? Or does anyone know of a better trick?

Appreciate any tips you might have!

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