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Remove negative battery cable.
Remove wires at starter-the big cable at starter, and the wire or wires at the solenoid on the starter. Use a 10 mm socket or wrench to remove the little plastic shield covering starter where it mates to transaxle. Sometimes there's a brace on front of starter that also needs removing. Use a 15 mm socket to remove two starter bolts from bottom of starter up into engine block. Starter is free now, and can be tipped, twisted, or turned for removal from engine area. How you manage to get it out from the area is how the new one goes in for mounting it up. Reverse process to install. If old starter had a shim between starter base and the block, be sure and install that, too.
Your 3800 Regal should not create any additional work to remove/replace the factory starter...Ask your parts store to show you one...be sure to disconnect one side of the battery prior to any work around the starter...Should be just 3 bolts (plus 2 wire conncections) for the switch out...Hope this helps.
REMOVE HORN PAD,TAKE OFF NUT.USE STERRING WHEEL PULLER,PULL WHEEL,MAKE SURE TO PUT BACK IN SAME POSITION!REMOVE WIRE PLUG,I TIGH AWIRE TO PLUG TO PULL NEW WIRE PLUG BACK DOWN COLEM WHEN PULL OLD ONE OUT.
Hello. Remove air cleaner and duct assembly. Drain coolant. Remove both heater hoses at the heater core. Remove right and left instrument panel sound insulators. Remove rear compartment heat duct adapter bolt/screw and adapter. Remove heater outlet duct bolts and duct. Remove heater core cover. Remove heater core.
There should be 2 15mm bolts at the back of the starter by the transmission, going up thru the starter. Also check for a bracket on the front of the starter, bolted to the starter and possibly the block.