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M3ZZA
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Posted - 12 Jan 2011 :  10:20:41 PM  Show Profile Send M3ZZA a Private Message
 
Hey guys does anyone know if a vn-vp starter motor from a v6 auto is the same as a v6 manual starter motor ???
 

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Posted - 12 Jan 2011 :  10:25:20 PM  Show Profile Send Mechknight73 a Private Message
 
I've checked the manual, and there's no mention of any difference between a manual or auto V6 starter motor. If anything the difference is in the wiring; a safety switch on the clutch pedal for a manual, and a switch on the shifter for an auto
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Posted - 12 Jan 2011 :  10:37:33 PM  Show Profile Send M3ZZA a Private Message
 
So can you use a auto starter on a manual.
 

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Posted - 13 Jan 2011 :  1:42:19 PM  Show Profile Send Mechknight73 a Private Message
 
That's what I meant, I see no reason why not. Holden tends to love universal tooling; they usually only have differences between 6 cylinder and V8 when it comes to electrics. It shouldn't be a problem.
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Posted - 13 Jan 2011 :  5:26:03 PM  Show Profile Send M3ZZA a Private Message
 
On ebay they have manual and auto starter motors and the difference is that the auto has a top bit over the gear where the manual one doesn't
 

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Posted - 13 Jan 2011 :  10:19:49 PM  Show Profile Send Mechknight73 a Private Message
 
I'd ask an auto sparky, but even if there's a difference, that piece would be an external casing piece you should be able to swap over
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Posted - 16 Jan 2011 :  9:13:29 PM  Show Profile  Visit lemusa's Homepage Send lemusa a Private Message
 
speaking from personal experience theres a difference. They are definitely different, cant rememember how but they are./ Unlike the ecu which so many ebya sellers ask stupid money for being a "manual" ecu
 

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Posted - 16 Jan 2011 :  10:35:05 PM  Show Profile Send M3ZZA a Private Message
 
There different the auto has a lip and the manual one doesn't.

 

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