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How do you install a starter in a 94 Jeep Cherokee 4L?

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2006-11-30 10:54:55
2006-11-30 10:54:55

Right under the oil filter on the passenger side, 2 bolts, 2 wires, 20 minutes, cant miss it. GOOD LUCK!!! Alex C. in Las Vegas

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