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Car where is the starter location on a 95 chrysler lhs

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    BOTTOM OF THE ENGINE.

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On the driver side of the car, under the engine where the transmission and engine meet. you'll know it by the large, red wire running to it.

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If you fallow the possitive cable down you will see the starter

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