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Fords picture is not good enough on the 90 model since its a older vehicle. It looks to only have 3 bolts. I cant say I have seen one with 4. I use a ratchet andsocket with 2 wobble universal joints and get past the cross member to access the upper bolt which is also the way you have to do most starters on newer vehicles. Sometimes the socket extension has to come out near the AC compressor or out the wheel well just to gain access.
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