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I cant get my starter back in

I caould get it out it took 3 hours but now i cant get it back in to safe my life can some one help me

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If you take the motor mount bolt out of the side the starter is on you can use a floor jack under the oil pan to lift the engine enough to get the starter in. You should put a block of wood or sometuing like it on top of the jack to protect the oil pan.

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Have you tried every angle possible you really got to twist and turn that thing to get up there.

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