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I am trying to get my starter off. I have removed all the bolts, but it will not drop down. I am not sure i have all the bolts out. I can only find 2. so i need to know what else i am looking for.

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There is normally only 2 bolts holding it in place and from this photo of one for a 3.8 L engine it does have only 2 bolts but does have a stud at the top which is holding it in place. If you have remove the 2 bolts then use a flat blade screwdriver to pry it off. Make darn sure you have the battery positive cable removed from the battery and mark the wires at the starter before removing. i am trying to get my starter off. I have removed - 5118fe5.png

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