how do you remove starter from 2013 dodge dart ?

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Asked by Nov 23, 2014 at 12:17 PM about the 2013 Dodge Dart SXT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I cannot get to the top bolt. is there some trick to do this ?

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May I ask what happened you need to put a starter in a car that new? Reason I ask I can't find a UTube video or anything for it

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the car is water damage salvage. apparently the engine seized and former owner burned starter up trying to get the engine to turn over. I believe I have the engine freed up now but need to change starter. thank you for your input.

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Disconnect both coolant hoses coming from the thermostat and zip tie the battery cables out of the way and you should be able to reach the top bolt from above on the driver's side. I also disconnected the starter cable so that the cable was long enough to let the starter drop down far enough to disconnect the cable and connector from it. I was able to get the top bolt off with a 15mm wrench.

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