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How to remove starter on 1996 polaris explorer 4 wheeler ,I don`t know where it is and how to remove it

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Starter is under the engine. <br /> <br /> sadly enough there is alot to do to get to the bolts easily<br /> <br /> <ol> <li>take off pullstart not the front few bolts that hold the cord but the ones on the case behind those.<br /></li> <li>you will now see 2 bolts under the flywheel to the left bottom those are the front starter bolts.<br /></li> <li>you may be able to take off the skid plate to get to the rear starter bolts but if you cant take off the clutch cover and clutches (may be able to get away with just the front clutch) and you will see the rear starter bolts.</li></ol> not so hard with the right tools and dont bother with the skid plate.

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