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1995 camaro starter

What all is involved in taking the starter off and replacing it on a 1995 camaro. any good machanics out there. thanks, jim

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Very easy. Get the car off the ground on the driver side and remove the 2 bolts and 2 wires to the starter and drop down. The exhaust may be or seem to be in the way but you can wiggle it through carefully. wiggle in the replacement and attach the wires carefully and bolt into place checking to make sure your wires are not kinked after you install the bolts. hope this helps

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