October 14, 2011, 12:51 pm
[quote name='Snapper' timestamp='1318611389' post='148559']
It can be dine by the home mechanic, no problem, it's just fiddly.
10mm, 13mm, sockets and spanners.
Two 10mm nuts hold a metal cover over the starter remove this to access the main two bolts holding the starter on, thetly don't come all the way out due to the radiator but you can pull them out enough to drop the starter.
Access the back of the starter and remove the bolts holding the cables on, make sure battery is disconnected first.
Wiggle starter out via left front wheel arch.
When re fitting put the bolts in the starter first, they can't be put in after the starter is in place.
Also refit the cables before putting the starter in place..
Thanks for that snapper, I will try my level best to give that a bash over the weekend and see how it goes