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How do you change a starter in a 97 sebring v6 convert?

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2006-02-26 05:33:48
2006-02-26 05:33:48

I changed the starter in my 98 JXI convertible and it was fairly easy. You can only change it out from underneath the car. It's easiest if you have a means to get some working room under the front end of the car. The starter is located towards the front of the car, right next to the oil filter (just about at the center of the engine compartment). You must remove the oil filter during the job and it should be replaced. Unhook the negative battery cable before starting the repair, remove the wires connected to the starter and undo the two bolts holding the starter in. It slides right out. Make sure the nes starter is securely in place before replacing the bolts. Then hook the wires back up, put the new oil filter on and replace the fuse that always seem to blow when it goes out.

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