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disconnect negative battery cable, raise the car and remove the two 15mm bolts holding the starter in, the remove the 8mm starter signal wire the remove the positive battery cable.. if exhaust is in the way you will have to just loosen the exhaust from the manifold and let it just hang.. hope this helps...
try tapping the starter with a nice sturdy wrench or hammer but do not hit it hard. I have had that trouble before and all i did was tap the starter and it started up fine. Your starter may be going bad if that is the problem. If that is the problem , simply take it in and have it tested to see whether the armiture is not ingaging or if the celinoid has gone bad. you can raplace both or just buy a new starter. hope this helps.
usally there are 3 bolts holding the starter motor in and its situated somewere on the flywheel iether the back of the engine or the front.take of the wires that are screwed to the solinoid of the starter motor then it should come off.
if it's a 1997 or similar age,jack up the front and remove the bar that holds the radiator up, (you'll have to support the radiator by another means) there's 3 bolts to undo, as well as the 2 electrical connections. There should be enough room to squeeze it past the radiator