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Having tough time removing starter from1993 ford crown victoria will someone school me?

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The procedure to replace starter on ford crown Victoria is as follows:-- 1) First disconnect the negative battery cable. 2) Then raise the car up, get under it and look by the oil pan. 3) The starer should be at the back of the engine on the bottom. 4) It is by the tranny, un-bolt Starter from the engine, pull it out toward the rear of the car to get the nosecone out of the housing, as you are unbolting it keep it supported while you un-bolt the wires from the solenoid, 5) The starter is removed. Removing the engine is not necessary.But if engine is removed then it makes it more easy,but removing engine is not very easy. Its only three bolts, and if you are doing it by yourself, you should use a mirror and jack the car with jack stands so you can see and move around. Its hard but you won't have to drop the engine. for more help.please click on this link directly. the link has few diagrams and instruction to make the procedure bit simple. http://www.p71interceptor.com/starter/removereinstall/ Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

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