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    Default Need Advice 99 GTX LTD Removing Starter

    Has anyone changed starter on Seadoo 1999 GTX LTD and could offer any insight as to how difficult? After I remove exhaust and air intake, does the starter just unbolt and come off? My manual says magneto flywheel has to come off. Is this difficult?

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    hey boodoo...from pic from diagram/microfiche, looks like unbolt the 2, and slide ur out. Bummer to have to rip flywheel apart. I'd start w/ remov'n the bolts...

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