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Old 16 Feb 2013, 05:28 pm
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Default Need help removing 2006 starter

thanks for reading this,the 2006 engine collar was redesigned and Haynes is useless. I have been at it all day and have had no luck getting to the starter.

Autozone repair help shows that the engine structural collar is 2 parts, one under the engine, one vertical on the front. I removed the bolts from the underside one, which does nothing useful. it is held in place by the vertical strut, none of whose bolts are accessible. I thought to remove the fan shroud, for access, but the mid left bolt is also nearly inaccessible. For that matter, it looks like the intake manifold would have to come out, to remove the fan. Plenty of room to work if the fan wasnt there....

I know others have done this! Please offer some advice on this PT Rubik's Cube!
Again this is a 2006, different stuff than in previous years.

thanks from the frustrated,
Dave Koslow
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