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the stater is under the car at the rear bottom of the engine the nose of the starter goes into the transmission bell housing, u must jack the car off the ground as high as poss to reach it, it is held in place by 2 bolts, there are electrical cables that must be removed as well, make a note of where each wire goes on the starter, make sure the battery negative cable is disconnected before u start, use jack stands under the car to avoid poss serious crushing injury.
Are you sure it's not just a dirty and burn transmission fluid?? But if it is engine oil you may have a bad radiator since the transmission cooler and engine oil cooler is integrated with the radiator.
Good luck and keep me posted.