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Starter problems For about a month, I've been having trouble starting my 1999 Plumouth Grand Voyager. It would take an avarage about 5 or 6 time to get it started. The other day, when I was driving it, the van died on me twice. It was also making a really loud noise. When I parked it and tried to shut it off, it would sound like it was trying to stay running. It took about half hour to get it to shut off completing and when I did get it to stop running, it started smoking really bad, even up through the dash. The smoke smelled like wire burning. My question is; is it the starter and where would the starter be location, to chage it myself?

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Starter is done replace it it is located on the front of motor down bt the oil pan

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