I'm trying to replace starter on my F-150, all bolts are removed but it still want come off

Asked by May 21, 2016 at 07:36 PM about the Ford F-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Trying to replace starter on 06. F-150. I have taken all 3 bolts off, but the starter
seems to be stuck on

4 Answers

105,505

Give it a tap with a small hammer, it most likely was put on while the block paint was still wet at the factory so it just painted that is holding it.

Tried that, could it be engaged somehow

105,505

If it is try turning the engine backwards just slightly, you can put a socket on the crank bolt in the front of the engine and with a break over bar turn the engine.

7,845

Place a piece of wood and hit it with a big hammer, it's no good anyway. Nothing else holds it in, it's just stuck

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