Front of engine, underneath the intake runners. This is for Quad 4 dohc engine. You can just see it if you remove the rubber hose from the throttle body to the air filter.
the easiest way is to remove the oil filter and install the starter from the bottom of the car I removed the intake manifold to allow easier acces to the starter.
A friend of mine owns a shop, he thought my 93 had the DOHC 2.3, he said good luck with that! I have the SOHC, those are pretty easy, there are two bolts going in from the starter side, and one from the transmission side. He said the DOHCs aren't impossible, but not much fun...
No it wont fit...but, if you have a 2.5L DOHC Quad-4 style engine...hang on to it. They are getting harder and harder to find and have become fairly expensive.
Depends on which motor you have? V6 Next to the oil fiter above the starter. Quad 4- back of the head .
for a 2.4 liter dohc quad 4 the casting number is 24574683-18
Follow the upper radiator hose, where it goes into the housing on the engine, sometimes, you have to remove the water pump on these critters to replace the thermostat.
2.3l quad engine digram
Remove the cover that reads Quad 4 then you will see the spark plug boots
Is there a quad bike cheat on gta 4
Take the bolts out.
depended on what engine v6 or quad 4. On the v6 3.1 SFI it is possible.
The starter is located just behind the top end of the engine. I have a '99 king quad. Mine solenoid clicks too. I thought it was a loose wire because sometimes it would turn over but I took it in and was told i need a new stARter. they run about $75.
The starter is located under the intake manifold. Remove the oil/air seperator, remove the fuel injector rail, remove the intake manifold to expose the starter. the starter is held on by two bolts(15mm) bottom on starter side, top on flywheel side. Don't forget to remove neg. battery cable and starter wireing. Install in reverse order.
Open the hood and look on top of the engine. If it says 16V QUAD 4, then you have a quad 4.
the quad 4 engines don't use a pcv valve
the first quad was invented by a greek union who fell off and made it with a quadrall force
Check your repairs closely. It's possible that you have pinched the wiring harness when you bolted the starter back onto the engine block.
Listed in your owner's manual.
remove the only 2 mount bolts that hold the starter on and the nut holding the main wire then pull the starter straight out, though usually you'll have to pry it out.
it probably needs a vaucuum pump or vacuum lines