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Old 07-12-2012, 03:04 PM
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Starter Replacement

I am looking at replacing my starter in my 06 F250 and was doing some shopping for a new one. I can't wait for one to be ordered so what is the recommended choice in local parts? I have an Autozone, Oreillys, and Napa near me, all are around the same price.

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Yea, they just won't pay for the five times youll have to install and un install it to get a decent one.

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Yea, they just won't pay for the five times youll have to install and un install it to get a decent one.

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I have had good luck with autozone starters.

Just do not over tighten the nuts on the studs for the wires. Especially the small one. I use blue thread locker on them and snug the nuts up using a quarter drive ratchet.

I learned that a 3/8 drive ratchet will break the studs.
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