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How do you replace a starter in a 1984 Toyota Tercel?

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2007-10-18 16:11:44
2007-10-18 16:11:44

It is very easy!! It only has two bolts an one cable!! the only hting is that you need small hands and tools!!

- Get below the car.

- Untie the bolt

- Pop the hood, untie the other bolt.

- Unplug the cable.

- Do the same process in reverse with the new one.

- Be sure to check the torque, I don remember how tie does it has to be.

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