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Old 11-17-2012, 10:25 PM
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Both will work on your car. One is a more modern version than the other...i believe the shorter one is the later version. But yes you'll have some hassle in recreating mounting brackets etc, which is not easy if you're unfamiliar with it.

As an alternative, you could simply send off your existing starter to be rebuilt. That has outstanding results, and may be cheaper than a new OEM starter (only buy oem, mission critical component that lasts for more than 10 years typically.) Of course, rebuilding your starter means you've got to deal with the downtime. You can use that time to put in a new fuel pump, crank sensor and fuel pump relay as well.
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