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How do you change the starter on a 1990 Pontiac transport van?

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2011-09-13 00:27:05
2011-09-13 00:27:05

a 15 socket can be used on one of the bolts but you will need a wrench to get at the other one as there is no room to get a wrachet up behind the bar that goes along there just simply put the wrench over the top of the bar and u can get at it from there as for the 15 scokey it is straight forward and by the way the wrench is a 15 also ...pretty simple..

Is it necessary to remove the oil pressure switch, the oil filter and the engine stabilizer bar, (and even the fan and housing)this is a very ambiguous answer above

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