Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Galant
And i need direction can you help me.
I just replaced mine last weekend.
Disconnect the battery, and make sure the engine is cold when doing this because you will be working underneath the exhaust pipes.
Using 8mm socket remove the bolts holding the small guard separating the starter from the exhaust.
Using a 12mm socket remove the nut on the front (closest to you) part of the cylinoid on top of the starter. Using 14mm socket remove the two bolts holding the starter on to the engine. Take the old starter off, then place the new starter on and following these instructions in reverse order.
It should start right up.
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