You have to disconnect the exhaust system. When putting it back together, you must replace the gasket with a new one. You can use a GM starter as a replacement, it is much cheaper then one from Isuzu. Don't forget to disconnect the battery. There are two nuts and one quick-connect from the starter relay. The nut that secures the 12V from the battery and the quick-connect need to be removed. The other nut secures a ground to the starter chassis and does not need to be loosened. Also there is a way to remove the starter without removing the exhaust. You have to flip it end over end. There is very minimal clearance but it just squeaks past the exhaust. Much easier than
messing with downpipe.
My two cents...
After following the above directions for removal of the starter (without removing the downpipe) for about an hours worth of fiddling, I was unable to remove the starter this way, so I went back to the tried and true method.
My suggestion to others if get a can of "Aerokroil" spray down the bolts for the downpipe, and let the penetrating oil sit for about 10 minutes, spray it again real good, and let sit for around another 10 minutes... Then loosen the nuts carefully with a six-point socket (using a twelve-point on a this sort of application tends to strip the nut).
Be careful when removing the nuts on the bolts attached to the exhaust manifold as the tend to get brittle with age and snap. If you snap one of these bolts, you can pretty much expect to have to pull the exhaust manifold to extract them, but that is another project all together that is best avoided if possible.
Best of luck on your project,
What is the trick for removing the starter, from the engine, I have the starter unbolted but has a small compartment that stops me removing it from the engine?
After disconnecting the battery cables at the battery, disconnect the wires on the starter, then unbolt the starter. With the starter unbolted, pull it forward towards the front of the vehicle, then drop the nose of the starter and bring ti to the ground.
at the front, under the throtal body housing..... there are wires conected to the back of it, one of them is your live... (please note You MUST dissconect the battery before removing the starter)
under front of engine. to remove dissconect battery. lift car and support .disconect wire from starter. lossen two bolts holding starter . becarful sometimes those starters have shimes so if it does make sure you replace it .
The starter can be seen under the intake piping. Remove the pipe from the throttle body, and then you'll see the starter. You should be able to trace the negative battery cable to it. It has three bolts and can require much finesse to remove once unbolted.
3 reasons either the starter is not getting power from the solenoid, solenoid is not getting power from the battery or starter is burned up.
Remove the right front wheel and splash guard (rubber curtain) the starter will be right in front of you. You can not remove it from the bottom of the truck, it will not fit out that way. From the wheel well you will still need to manuever it around a bit, but that is how it comes out.
Remove starter and bench test See if you are getting power to starter
there is a 12.5% chance of getting a girl starter,and you cant do anything to increase that chance. I suppose you could keep getting your starter then reciting until you get a girl. hope I helped!!
This can happen if there is a broken tooth on the starter. It can be a broken tooth on the fly wheel but more than likely it is the starter tooth that is broken. Or the starter sylenoid is bad in the starter.
trade for it
are you getting fuel?
Does the engine crank over?
Look at the starter or the spark plug
Getting the Johto StarterYou get 200 Hoenn Pokemon then you go to Prof.Birch and he will give you one.
The only ways to get a Turtwig is getting it as your starter or getting an egg from the daycare.
Getting the Hoenn Pokemon is completely optional. Therefore, there is no chronological event that is placed after getting your choice of Hoenn starter. Just try doing some other extra events.
either a dead starter or a bad ignition coil would be my guess
Make sure the starter is getting voltage. If it is, perhaps the starter is bad. If it isn't, maybe your ignition switch is shot.
Check the wiring for the starter, and the starter solenoid for problems. One of these could stop power from getting to the starter.
You could breed them by getting a ditto or trade for them.
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Either the ign. switch is faulty, or the starter is faulty Or the starter solenoid is stuck closed, so the starter is constantly engaged and getting voltage from starter relay. If so you would need to replace the solenoid.
starter on 1999 kia sephiathe starter on a 1999 kia sephia in located underneathe the intake manifold nearest to the drivers side if you look near the fire wall on the drivers side look where the transmission connects to the engine,, the starter is bolted to it right there, good luck with the procedure , its much easier to do it from up above the hardest part is unbolting the bottom bolt of the starter, there is 3 bolts in all and you're better of taking the starter out from the passenger side after you've unbolted it and unhooked your connections, you also must unbolt the the intake manifold support bracket
in Pokemon heart gold if you beat red and get a starter Pokemon of prof oak you can get a hoenn starter at the hotel then you have finished the game.