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Wow i did not know they sell starter drives any more. With starter off engine remove the two bolts that hold front bushing on the motor then remove the single bolt from solenoid to motor barrel remove barrel then armature can come out Now you will see a ring spacer that is lifted one side it faces the metal ring cover remove and tap cover back remove wire ring replace starter drive put ring on with pliers squeeze cover over wire and install last ring spacer and reassemble starter.
First, try adding details about your problem !!!!! second, connect to the starter and only after it is secured, then connect to battery, try buying an in-line fused wire to protect the battery if you mess up, fuses are cheaper than batteries!!!! eating KFC while driving can cause hands to slip and result in an accident-don't do it!!
Disconnect your negetive battery cable at the battery,Under the passenger side front of your van right rear side of the engine is where the starter is located at.Remove the 2 big bolts holding starter to the block(hold onto the starter as you remove the last bolt so starter doesn't fall and rip wires)Then lower starter enough to access the battery feed wire and the solenoid wire(small wire for the solenoid supply) The big bolts are either 15mm or 9/16 the battery supply wire at the solenoid is usually 13mm and the small wire is usually 5/16 reverse the pro ceedure to install.
To wire in a digital temp into your current system would require a lot of patience and schematics i dont even know where to begin to look for. It would be fastest and cheapest to buy the digital temp gauge and mount it on your dash board.