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On a 323is model starter replacement. is this difficult?

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Disconnect the mattery negative. Remove dipstick guide tube.Disconnect starter wiring. Romove the top and bottom starter bolts. Bottom bolt removes from under the car. Pull and twist the starter till the solenoid is at the top and remove the starter. Some models have a bracket at the rear of the starter that also needs to be removed before the starter can be removed.

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