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How do you remove a starter from a 94 Buick century?

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2014-10-07 02:13:26
2014-10-07 02:13:26

Disconnect the battery. Find the starter, and disconnect the wiring. There will be either two or three bolts holding the starter in. Remove those, and take out the starter. Reverse the steps to install the new starter.

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