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Where is the starter on a 1995 Ford Explorer manual transmission and is there any way to fix the old starter?


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2007-02-27 04:05:01
2007-02-27 04:05:01

The starter is bolted to the transmission bell housing with two bolts and hangs under the vehicle on the passenger side. Whether an old starter can be repaired or not depends on what is wrong with it, and on whether or not you can even get parts. More often than not, it is more cost effective to just get another starter.


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