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I am replacing a starter in a 93 corolla. In my online search, I am asked if it is a 1.0kw or a 1.4kw. Parts stores don't know what it means. Can you help me?

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Your best bet is to take the starter out of the car and bring it in. They can match it up to the part number on the starter and replace it with the correct one. You will have to bring it in anyways as most parts stores charge a core charge if you don't have the old starter with you to give them. Save yourself a hassle and let them do the work of identifying it for you.

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