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I have camaro 95 3.4 sfi i need to replace the starter , i all ready buy the starter with the key but cant take off the cover help me

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Usually to replace the tumbler(where you put the key) teh case around it should have like 2 to 4 scews in the bottom of the case usually phillips head......they will be in deep holes that you probably cant see the screw in it....stick a screwdriver in it n check....let me know what happens

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