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Starter where is it? and can i replace it easily or should i take to mechanic

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  • Anonymous Aug 09, 2008

    Battery is good. When I turn the key all the lights come on and the blower moter is running but it only clics

  • Anonymous Aug 28, 2008

    starter issues.. I think I see the starter solinoid in the back middle of my engine compartment...great..I cant seem to find the starter!

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