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How to install a starter on a 2000 Toyota Camry

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Disconnect the ground cable, remove the cables connected to the starter, remove the two bolts that are holding the statter to the body of the transmission and remove the starter motot out.

instalation is the reverse of removal!!!

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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remove the positive wire of the battery.
remove all the wires attached to the starter.
take note on where you took them off.
remove all the bolts holding the starter.
remove the starter.

do the reverse on installation.
last thing to do is put back the positive wire of the battery.

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