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How can i replace my starter on a 1995 gmc jimmy?

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Remove the 2 mounting bolts holding the starter in place and position it to where you can remove the wires going to it keeping in mind the locations of the wiring. You may have to turn and weasel the starter out. If it's a 4wd truck, you'll have to remove the engine mount bolts and raise the engine a little to remove the starter.

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