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First you need to disconnect one battery terminal, then you jack up the car high enough for you to work under 2 1/2 feet is good use jack stands to keep it safe, or something you will find the starter in the back side of the engine up towards the transmission two bolts hold it down and one small electrical connection that pulls out by hand and another you have to unscrew. once you get it out reverse install.

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