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How do you replace a starter on a 1998 ford grand marqis?

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2011-09-12 20:47:02
2011-09-12 20:47:02

Simply disconnect the battery, climb under the car with a few sockets and a ratchet, ( I believe it is 9/16) and locate the starter one the bell housing of the transmission. Remove the 2 bolts securing the Starter and wiggle it out. Disconnect the power cables that are attached to the starter and solenoid. Installation is the reverse of the procedure just explained.

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