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After putting in starter, attaching wires is HARD, any tricks to attaching wires??

Putting in a new starter, but trying to attach the wires is very hard; any tricks to the trade? should I put the wires on first, then install starter?

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You got it, we attach the wires first as you already figured out, just make sure the battery is disconnected for safety sake.

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