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How to install a 1983 Oldsmobile tornado starter?

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2008-10-23 01:33:56
2008-10-23 01:33:56

disconnect the battery, jack the car's front end up or put on a lift. locate the starter and remove the two bolts. then remove the two wires ,reconnect wires to starter,then lift starter and rebolt,reconnect battery and your on your way not a hard job a front end lift or auto lift sure does help

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