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Old 10-28-2019, 08:38 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Loose power steering belt and failing starter, so I needed a jump?

Failing starters may require more amps than my battery can provide?

AutoZone said that my battery and alternator were fine, my starter was bad. I never asked about my starter!

This makes it look pretty easy:

Edit! That did not specify the year! Apparently it was for my old Accord, not the current one! This one is my model!

1. Remove everything in the way of the starter.
2. Remove the starter.
3. Install the new starter.
4. Replace the other junk.
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