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How to replace a starter motor on a jeep grand cherokee 2004 4.0l engine and tools needed

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ITS ALREADY OUT< you meant R&R right remove and replace.
we posted the free book here, like 500 times.
the real book ,unlike the above.

the official book is here.
or watch youtube, see 1000s do this. a video
all are same. mostly. here, it is.
most shop manuals assume you know how to do this.
its basics car repair 101 stuff.

disconnect the battery neg lug. first. or boom eat acid or worse.
then remove all wires from the starter, 2 or 3 with ground.
then remove any blocking shields found here, (look first)
then remove the 2 bolts, holding it to the bell mount.
it falls and hits you in the head, (duck , now)
ill not do the replace as that is wasted words, put it back in the reversed of removal., in same order.
battery lug is LAST. always.

usa cars
usa jeep
usa 4L in a WJ jeep last year made.
see chapter. 8f
"engine systems"
page 33 starter.
, posted now insane number of times, countless.
search much?,

page 40 is actual removal
with real photos, 9,.10 and 11
all for free ,and all offical jeep docs
click wj first


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