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First remove negative cable from battery. then get under car and remove wires from starter solenoid , then remove the 2 bolts that mount the starter to engine . pull starter out. installation is the reverse of removal.

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So the lights and the radio work so i know is not the battery but the car will not start and it doesnt make a sound so i think is the ignition problem so i dont know where is the solenoid located on a...


The solenoid is located on the starter so if the starter doesn't function then it could be a bad starter which will have to be replaced with a known good one.

But, I would try replacing or charging the battery to max. voltage to see if that makes a difference.
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