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Disconnect battery, lift truck and set o jack stands. Then, begin by disconnecting the wires that are attached to the starter. Good ides to label the wires so that you know where they go back once you re-install new unit. May also help to take a picture for this.
Then, continue to remove the bolts that hold starter to the transmission. If there are other components in the way, remove them carefully.
Once removed, you can compare the old starter to the new one. Important to count the teeth from both units so that you don't have any problems. The install procedure is the opposite then the removal.
Good luck and please keep up posted.
Posted on Dec 30, 2016
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