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How do you replace the starter on a 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier?

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2014-10-07 02:13:20
2014-10-07 02:13:20

Replacing the starter on a 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier can be difficult for someone who has never worked on cars. The car first needs to be jacked up so that the starter can be reached. Then the wires will need to be taken off the starter and labeled so that they can be placed back on the new starter. The start will then then be taken off by removing the bolts. After the bolts are removed, the starter can be taken off and replaced.

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