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Old 06-11-2010, 06:24 AM   #1
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95 wrangler starter problem

any basic info on changing starter. Best way to bust bolts loose? keys to matching up new starter when installing? Thanks.

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Old 06-11-2010, 03:20 PM   #2
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starter bolts hardly ever freeze up but if yours are tight a breaker bar should add enough power to get them moving .
a little pb blaster should help also.
i went with a gear reduction starter when i replaced mine a few months back ( they really are nice starters)
High Torque Mini Gear Reduction Starter for AMC & Jeep: eBay Motors (item 250416056488 end time Jun-23-10 16:43:37 PDT)

the link will take you to the site to buy one .
and they just bolt right up with no problems.

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1. disconnect your wires
2. pull your bolts
3. swap the starter
4. put the bolts back in
5. hook up wires

or

1. disconnect your wires, have a beer
2. pull your bolts, have another beer
3. swap the starter, have two more beers
4. put the bolts back in, or forget them because of to many beers
5. what was 5 again???


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1. disconnect your wires
2. pull your bolts
3. swap the starter
4. put the bolts back in
5. hook up wires

or

1. disconnect your wires, have a beer
2. pull your bolts, have another beer
3. swap the starter, have two more beers
4. put the bolts back in, or forget them because of to many beers
5. what was 5 again???


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I like your way of thinking!
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