How do you replace starter on a 2000 grand prix se

Asked by Oct 29, 2015 at 03:58 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have starter already heard it was pretty
easy want to do it myself.

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a starter motor is easy to change, raise the automobile and secure it, identify and locate the old starter, hold the new starter in your hands and identify how it bolts on and where the electrical connections go and then its a simple job of disconnect wires unbolt, offer replacement up bolt up re connect, good as new. take photos to help you with the electrical connections if you are not to sure

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Disconnect the negative (-) battery before starting the repair. You may have to remove the plastic flywheel inspection cover as well (2 bolts) depending on which engine you have. HTH. -Jim

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