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How to install a starter on a 1986 ford f150 pickup

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Well the starter holds in with 2 bolts,which takes a 1/2 inch wrench,and there is 1 wire going to the starter from the starter solenoid,just unbolt the 2 bolts and drop down the starter so you can unbolt the large wire

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