How Long Does It Take to Replace a Car Starter?

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The time it takes to replace a car starter depends on where it is located in the engine and the amount of knowledge the person replacing it has. Some mechanics say it takes longer to lift the car than it does to replace the starter. Total average time to replace a starter is about 30 to 45 minutes.
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This from the National Blood Transfusion service (UK) website:- How the Body Replaces Blood? During a whole blood donation we aim to take just under a pint (about 470mls) of blood
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A few hours to a few days.
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