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How do I remove a starter on a 1996 Chrysler lhs.

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Remove positive battery cable. Look for starter on transmission bell housing. there will be two bolts to the housing, and three wire connections all to loosen and remove. But first make notes, mental or physically make a diagram, to correctly install new starter. It may take twisting starter to get it out from it's location. Reverse process.

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Driver side at rear of engine next to oil pan goes into the bell housing.

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clear the 1-3 buttons on your visor by holding them down until you do not see the blinking light next to it ,after the light shuts off you can take your remote and aim it at the mirror or visor where your 3 buttons are located ,while holding down the button of your garage door opener press the button on you visor/mirror that you want to program it take a few minutes but it can also be programed from the opener smart button ,but you have to get the button in the car to learning mode first , you also can check your owners manual and it will also have information on how to program and also your car dealer can also do it for you when you get your oil changed! i hope i was able to help you and if i was helpful please leave me a nice rating thank you Sincerely glenn mayer

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SOURCE: Chrysler LHS Starter

The starter is located beneith the engine, near the transaxle and it is attatched to the engine by 3 bolts. You need to disconnect the battery, raise the car to get at it. The 3.3 and 3.5 engines take different starters. Rick

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the starter is on the right side of the motor down below the the air intake bolted to the transmission three bolts and it comes off

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Setting in the car remote in hand turn the key on and off ( don't start the car ) three times within 5 seconds. Now press the door lock button until the doors lock and stop it should now work.

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