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How do i install a new starter motor on a 1982 mazda rx7 13b manual?

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Unhook battery cable. there are only 2 bolts holding the starter in. you will need 14mm wrench and 14mm and/ or 17mm sockets, I think 1 bolt will have a nut on the end as it goes through. after that the start will hang and the wires are easily taken off.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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Remove the air-intake duct and the air filter housing. (assuming this your car is 4-cylinder)
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