Jan 31, Volkswagen engineers designed a Bushing Puller for the 6 Volt Starter Bushing and another for the 12 Volt Bushing. Let’s look at the Bushing Location first. In order to do this, I have a VW transmission which has been gutted and cleaned for the purpose. The first picture shows the Long-bodied Starter in place.
This should loosen and remove the bushtrim.buzzted Reading Time: 1 min.
Apr 07, Installation really is the reverse of removal. If installing a new bushing, oil it, then put it on the starter shaft. Then hoist the starter back up in there, and get it seated. Put the upper mounting bolt through and put the nut and washer on the lower mounting stud. Make sure that the upper bolt's half-moon shape is engaged properly with the. How to remove a starter from a VW Bus. By Ben Lobaugh (blobaugh) On August 9, In VW Bus. This should work on most old aircooled Volkswagens, like the bug or beetle, though you will need to jack up the vehicle in order to get under it and at the starter.
Tools I used. VW Starter Bushing Puller Tool for 12 Volt Bushing. Part Number:Fits your vehicle This product was made to fit the VW Type II (Bus) Bus. - Single Cab. - Double Cab. - VW Type 3. Squareback. - Notchback.
- Fastback. - VW Thing. Thing. Keep in mind we've already have changed the starter bushing which is a little bit harder to show or even picture then describe. Anytime you're replacing starter we always recommend that you change the starter bushing. The starter in, the lower starter nuts tight, positive battery cables connected, ignition switch wires connected.
Please specify your vehicle here. Convenient kit contains the commonly needed replacement bushings for your VW bus shifter. Part Reference Number. Availability: Usually ships in working days (sooner if Expedited/Express shipping is chosen). Jan 13, The starter bushing is really easy to get out using a tap.
You know, the kind used for tapping threads. I can't remember the exact size, but I think it's 7/16" that will thread right into the bushing and when it bottoms out on the backside, just keep turning the tap and the bushing will drive right out onto the tap.