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Old 10-03-20, 02:38
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Default LSVW starter part number - commercial

Hi , please overcome your disdain for this particular truck ( if applicable ) and give me a commercial part number for the LSVW starter . I will owe you one . Thanks . Bob
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Old 10-03-20, 04:08
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Call this number and they can help you with anything LSVW related: 450-656-6666


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But seriously, I'll look up the numbers for you tomorrow if nobody else chimes in before then. Be prepared for a bugger of a job. Those starters are really buried in there. Originally, you had to pull the engine to change them.

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Old 10-03-20, 17:23
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Both part numbers given are Bosch. They are: A001813260
and 0001363128

I do see the second one when I search google, so there may be some hope there. Otherwise, just bring it in to a starter/alternator rebuild place and let them have at it.
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Many thanks Rob . I owe you one . Cheers. Bob
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Old 13-03-20, 00:04
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Found the second one : $555 . Do i really have to pull the engine out ? Can’t i just cut the floor in the driving compartment to access the darn starter ?
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I believe there is a way of removing or re-routing the various transmission and cooling hoses in the area and sneaking it out, but I would have to check with some of the guys. But I do know that it is important to replace all the tie wraps that you remove from those hoses. We had a lot of problems where hoses chaffed, wore through, and the trucks caught fire.
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There is a PDF for tipping the cab to do a starter R&R, I will email you the doc.


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Old 13-03-20, 13:24
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Ah, good of you to chime in Dave. I almost mentioned the tipping of the cab yesterday, but wasn't sure about it. I have managed to distance myself from the LSVW fleet for the past 17 years. You, on the other hand, will have had much much more interaction with the mechanics of them on the side of roads and parking lots than all my combined experience together with them.
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