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How do you remove starter from 92 Pontiac grand am with 2.3 with quad 4?

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2009-11-18 16:37:39
2009-11-18 16:37:39

there are two bolts one is under the power steering pump and a pain to get to it takes a 15 mm deep well and a long handled ratchet, then you have to use a wrench when the ratchet bottoms out. Once that is removed jack up car and on the bottom side of the starter ther is another bolt either a 17 mm or 15 mm. this one is pretty easy to remove. then drop starter and take off 2 nuts that hold on wires. make sure to put wires back on the same terminals they came off of or the car wont run and you will have to pull starter again

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