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I need to replace the starter in my 1989 Toyota Supra Turbo and I'm not sure what all I need to take off before getting to the starter. Please help!!

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    yadayada Aug 03, 2010

    u take off whatever is in the way.

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First take off the battery cables of the battery (disconnect it) and for safety even take the battery out, underneath you might have the protection panels which are easy to remove (usually mounted with few screws), remove the leads on the back of the starter but make sure you remember how they were as the replacement starter needs to be wired same, unbolt the starter and take it out.

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