The best way that I have found to remove the starter is to purchase or go to your local library and check out a copy of the Haines manual. I have used it to remove alternator, ECM, and the instrument cluster.
I can tear apart a computer, but when it comes to a car, I am clueless. I have a 99 Intrepid ES and my starter was failing but still had enough to catch, so i managed to get it to Auto Zone. The guy actually came out and showed me the steps, and even printed a sheet with instructions out. I would go to Auto Zone - the one near me was excellent.
Although a car starter is a great concept, I definitely would not install it in a 1999 Intrepid. I have a 99 Intrepid, and have heard that that year was the worst for the Intrepid. I have had nothing but problems with my car, and have spoken to others with the same model and year as mine. A car starter can totally screw up the mechanics of a car, especially one with such a bad rep. Another thing is that if you need a starter, I would probably get a professional to do it. They might offer you some kind of a warranty.
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