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Installing not sure how to change my starter on my 68 mustang

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Disconnect the + cable on the battery.remove the two 1/2' bolts holding the starter to the bellhousing.drop the starter out till you can remove the bolt from the wire 7/16' or 3/8' (cant remem what size its been quite awhile since i had to remove any of my starters)

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

  • rider660r Jun 15, 2008

    oh make sure you remove the bottom bolt 1st then the top bolt or you could break the ears off the starter reassemble with top bolt then bottom.

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You have two bolts on your starter take the two bolts out and take the wire off the strater

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  • nate2426101 Jun 13, 2008

    by the way its on the passanger side of the car



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