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Old 12-12-2009, 03:56 PM   #1
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how many bolts are there on a 2005 f150 starter i removed the two bolts but it still won't budge. any ideas?
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Check to see if there's a vertical bolt...I haven't had to remove a starter from one of these models yet, but I've seen starters with two horizontal bolts, and one or two vertical bolts.
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Did u determine the starter was the issue and not the fuel cut off switch?
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its a 3 bolt stater all facing the bell housing...
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