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Old 08 Jun 2010, 06:15 pm
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the starter went out and I need to change it but I'm not sure where to start to get to it...I read about removing a engine collar...but I don't have any idea what that is...I/m more a computer tech than car mechaninc but I'm on a desparate time schedule....please help!!!
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Old 08 Jun 2010, 06:44 pm
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Default Re: need help changing starter on 2001 PT

http://www.ehow.com/how_5460546_inst...rysler-pt.html Found this

But according to my manual the non turbo is just pulling out the air box and taking the negative cable off and than removing the bolts from the starter and taking it out. ?????
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