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Seems to be like they did not give you the right part

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Where is the starter on a 2000 pontiac bonnville

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2) Starters on right-side Close to Trans. Bell Housing
3) Remove the 2-Starter Bolts and Shim if it's
if it has shims.
4) Remove the wires off Solenoid: Mark Them:
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To Re-Install Reverse the Procedure that you Removed the Starter. NOTE: the Shims if there was any are only nessary if the Casting of the Starter is not Exactly or Close to The Original.

Be sure that All the Wires you Took off the Starter Solenoid are put Back on the Exact Same Terminal. And Snug them up .Be careful not to Over Tighten,:
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  • Open the hood and locate the starter attached to the transmission bell housing. To inspect and remove the starter, it may be necessary to work under the vehicle. Park the vehicle on a solid level surface and set the parking brake. If the vehicle needs to be lifted, support it with jack stands.
  • Disconnect the negative battery cable, wrap the cable end with a shop towel and place it away from the battery post.
  • Mark the starter electrical wires for installation reference. Remove the starter wires.
  • Remove the starter mounting bolts. Remove the starter.
  • Compare the new starter with the old one to verify that you have the correct part.
  • Using a flashlight, inspect the flywheel teeth (through the opening in the bell housing) while an assistant turns the engine over by hand. You should replace the flywheel if any teeth are missing, cracked, or chipped.
  • Install the new starter. Torque the mounting bolts to the manufacturer's specifications.
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How to replace starter 5.4l

The starter is bolted to the bell housing.
Is has a positive cable from starter solenoid.

1. Remove the negative battery cable at the battery.
2. remove the power cable from the starter.
3. remove the starter mounting bolts (typically only 2 bolts)
4. Install new starter. Hand tighten mounting bolts
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The starter housing or bolts break whenever trying to start. I first had a problem with the starter making the whining sound that usually indicates the Bendix is bad. I took my 1996 Tahoe in to a local...

Wow it sounds like that they are not shiming the starter. On general motors products a new starter has to be shimmed, so that it lines up correctly with the flywheel. This is what is causing the flywheel/starter bolts to break and the noise you are hearing. Its not a hard process, just time consuming probably why it has not been done.
Sorry. Good luck! Dont forget to rate. Thanks, James

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