Question about 1983 Ford Mustang Hatchback
You have to first disconnect the battery, then raise the vehicle. Then you have to disconnect the wires from the starter /soinoid as well as pull the plastic plug straight back on the soinoid, since there is a connection inside it which you don't want to damage. Then you remove the starter bolts & remove it. I am assuming that you know what the starter looks like. Not too much work, but you need to put the wires back exactly where they were in the first place. Rick
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Testimonial: "it did help but is was only 2 bolts but i did end up getting it out and replacing it thanks chev49"
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