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I have been trying to remove the old starter from the truck and cannot figure out the best way to remove it. Would you recomend removing the exhaust pipes?

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Remove passenger side motor mount, jack that side of engine up.. starter will fall right out.

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Yes i would remove the exaust pipes

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