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My starter is almost fried i cant find any

My starter is almost fried i cant find any numbers on the starter how do i know what to get at a scrap yard

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Dont. go to the auto parts store and get a new starter. getting one at a scarp yard is a band aid fix and can become a bigger problem later on

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