Replacing the starter?

Asked by Jun 22, 2017 at 04:46 AM about the 1967 Plymouth Fury

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I've got a 1967 Plymouth Fury III
Convertable that I recently inherited and
I'm pretty much rebuilding it with the help
of friends and mechanics. I've been
working on it over the past 6 months all
with the help of those other people. Now
I've got another problem with the car. (as
any old car that Sat for a while) The starter
went bad. I've been told by my friends that
they don't think I'll need help on this one.
They said it's a fairly simple job and they're
confident I can do it. I think I can too but I
think somewhat of a "how to" would help.
So that's pretty much what I'm asking. I
have the starter and the tools but I'm not
entirely sure how to go at it and what
EXACTLY needs to be done. I know the car
needs to be lifted to get to it but I'm not
sure what to do first after that. Any advice
would help. I wanna get this car up and
running ASAP. Thanks for any answers!

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