Q: what tools do i need to take off a 1999 buick lasbre starter

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What size tools do i need to take off a starter
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. Here are two bits of advice. First, if you are going to be completing more repairs than just replacing the starter on this Buick, purchase a service and repair manual for the vehicle as it will list all tools you need. Second, you can watch this video as it will show how this is done on a GM 3800 series, which your 99 Buick falls into.

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