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How do you get access to the starter for a 1994 Plymouth Accliam?

We are having trouble with the starter and are not able to get access to it. Can you tell me how I can get to it so I can check the wires? And if that does not work how I can get it out so I can have it tested? Thanks!

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Jack up the car, get under it, and the starter should be towards the front of the car. there are only 3 bolts that hold it in. just be careful cause it can be heavy

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