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First, take off the negative battery cable. Then on the starter will be two electrical connections- remove the nut for the big battery cable there, pull it off, and the small wire to the starter solenoid mounted on the starter motor. Now all that's left to do is to remove the two (sometimes 3) starter mounting bolts. When they are removed, starter can be taken out. If any brackets are in the way, remove them first-sometimes a holding bracket is also bolted there to stabilize the heavy starter. That's all, good luck.

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Starter Motor REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 3.4L Engine
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