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Starter went out i have a replacement how do i do it?

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First off do you know where your starter is. Once you do, the wheel and inner fender well will make it easier to remove the starter if you remove these also. But sometimes not necessary.
1. Disconnect the battery
2. put car on jack stands or a floor jack with wheel blocks.
3. unbolt the RED cable from the starter keeping in mind where it goes.
4. Disconnect all the other wires on the starter.
Now you can start removing the bolts that hold the start in. 3-4 bolts.
5. Now you can start installing your new start..

It's a simple job and nothing to be afraid of messing up, You'll give yourself a hug once you do it. Good Luck

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