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How to remove and install starter on 91 berretta?

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2011-09-13 05:43:31
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The starter is underneath the motor in the front of the car. There are to bolts that secure it to the engine block. Now the easiest way I've found out how to change a starter is by first unhooking the wires from the cylinder ontop of the starter. i do believe that one to the terminals is an 8mm or 10mm socket. where the other terminal is a 13mm socket. after the wires are unhooked take a jack and just jack it up enough to where it is supporting the starter(don't put any amount of force on the starter with the jack, just enough so when the bolts are out the starter won't come falling out of the car). the bolts are different lengths, the long one goes closest to the oil pan and the other goes on the radiator side. after the starter is out replace the new one on the jack jack it up until it is flush with the engine blockand replace the bolts. then hook up the wiring, remove the tools and start it up. if the starter doesn't turn over from the key there is a wire crossed.(and the size of the starter mount bolts is a 15mm.)

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