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Ford 3000 Diesel Starter Replacement
|Reid||Trying to figure out how to remove the one remaining bolt to this starter .. its the one against the engine .. very little room to work has anyone done this .. does an old fashion curved starter wrench work ?
Thanks in advance
|Kyle||Get a long extension with a swilvel socket and a ratchet and you should be able to get in there. The bolt on my John Deere 3020 starter was a 9/16 on a 3/8 drive long extension.
Worked like a charm .. thanks ..
|Bob||9/16 swivel socket tape with electrical tape to hold onto extension, tape swivel socket also to make a little stiffer. When putting starter back on, put bolt in starter, put socket and extension on bolt and secure to starter with a plastic tiewrap, angle extension up a little for access.
another way when putting starter back on is to secure bolt to starter with a bunch of grease to hold in place..