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REInstall a Starter

My starter in my Kia Optima 02 is out and I need to re-place it.... how do I do that?.....

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First shut everything off in the car, especially radio this should prevent you having to recode it, now disconnect the battery positive terminal. Locate the starter under the engine and bolted to transmission. Disconnect the wires at the back of the starter, then unbolt it from the transmission housing. replace starter and proceed to hook everything back up in reverse order.

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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