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Disconnect the battery.

remove the wire from the starter.

remove two bolts (probably 1/2 inch) from the starter

take to auto parts place - exchange for a rebuild.

bolt in the new starter

attach the cable

connect the battery

Posted on Apr 28, 2010


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