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Most car starters usually have two or three bolts on them, and they can be removed with a socket and ratchet. Disconnect the negative battery terminal when installing a car starter with help from an auto mechanic in this free video on car repair and diagnostics. Expert: Tom Brintzenhofe Bio: Tom Brintzenhofe has been a mechanic for the past 17 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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15 Responses to “Auto Repair & Diagnostics : How to Install a Car Starter”

  1. avengethebest says:

    1st commnt

  2. superphil92 says:

    second comment

  3. Neppybutt says:

    what does that have to do with the video, idiot!

  4. Neppybutt says:

    For posting ‘second comment”, you should change your name to Superstupid92. Moron

  5. CTSRay says:

    third comment

  6. notchitown says:

    Thanks, this is the best video on a starter i have found.

  7. MooseBaker says:

    Who cares for these videos???

  8. witegetobro says:

    some are ook i suppose, i wish this was little more in depth though.

  9. dahoss65 says:

    I replaced a starter w/solenoid on a 93 bonneville we had bought with a new starter from Advanced Auto Parts, and now it whines real bad on start up. I took it out and re-installed…same results. Whines real bad. I made sure it was sqaurely and evenly installed both times, but it didnt matter.

    The old starter worked fine right up until it went out and never had any whining noises. Also there wasnt any shims attached to it. So I have no idea why it’s whining.

    Any ideas on what to do? Thks

  10. virtu69 says:

    1:29 lol he says, “put it back in your hole!

  11. soso999999999 says:

    thaaaaaaaaaaaaanks alot

  12. everynameistaken567 says:

    good stuff

  13. FeedOnMe666 says:

    put it up in your hole xD

  14. 1blade63 says:


  15. g63super says:

    he knows what he’s talking about BUT on some cars u need to shim the starter or it will crack on you. Shims give you more of a spacing inbetween the starter and flywheel so you dont have the flyweel crack the starter when trying to start the car.

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