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How do you get to the top bolt of a 1996 automatic Nissan 200sx 16L starter Is there a way to get it from the top of the motor or do you need to go from under the car?

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2005-12-01 21:24:48
2005-12-01 21:24:48

from what I've been told you have to get to it from the top removing the air intake and the exhaust manifold

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