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Where is the starter on a car and how do you replace it?

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2004-11-09 10:12:16
2004-11-09 10:12:16

not specific for car type, but the starter should be near the rear of the engine this being that it comes in contact with the flywheel/flexplate, (between engine and transmission) usually to replace you just remove the two or three bolts attaching it to the flywheel cover and then it pulls right out, and then to install a new one it is just the reverse.

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