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Where is the starter located on a 1993 mercury sable engine

I am not sure where the starter is located in my 1993 mercury sable engine; & I can not find a skamatic of this engine

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Trace the big cable that came from the positive terminal of your battery. at it's end is the starter.

or if it passes trough a big relay, then there is another big cable from that relay that would go down to the side of the engine, either left or right, that would be the starter.

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