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PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING ELECTRIC STARTER FOR KLX250 1999

PLEASE ADVISE PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING ELCTRIC STARTER FOR THE ABOVE. wHEN ATTEMPTING TO START IT SOUNDS LIKE THE SOLENOID IS NOT ENGAGING. tHANKS

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Dissconnect the battery locate the starter there should be two bolts holding it on remove them and disconnect the wire and install your new starter

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Thank you for contacting FixYa with your inquiry.
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