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Need to find starter on 2000 chrysler 300m

I need to find the starter on a chrysler 300m so i can take it off and how hard is it

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The starter is under the car on the left side by the oil filter. You will need to take off the oil filter, the motor mounts, and then take the starter off, their are 3-4 bolts holding the starter on, the hardest one to get off is the one on the top . You will need a swivel to get the top one off. It will take about 3 hrs or so as long as they give you a good starter at the store.

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