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To replace a starter, jack up the vehicle, disconnect the battery, locate the starter, remove it, and install a replacement starter. Reconnect the battery, and test the replacement. Wear appropriate protective gear when ... More »

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To install a car starter, disconnect the car battery's negative cable, raise the front end of the vehicle, and remove the old starter after disconnecting its various electrical connections. Replace the old starter with t... More »

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A car solenoid is an important part of the starter and works as a kind of bridge for electric power to travel from the battery to the starter. The solenoid can be located in the car by using an owner's manual for the car... More »

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