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How do you replace the starter on a jeep Cherokee Laredo 1989?

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2006-01-14 11:25:40
2006-01-14 11:25:40

the starter is held on by two bolts. the starter is mounted to the transmission to make contact to the fly wheel. disconnect the battery and then the wires from the back of the starter and the two bolts should be easy to get to. Before you start... disconnect your ground (black) cable from your battery!

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