follow the serpentine belt, the starter lools like a cylindrical canister, and has 2 or 3 wire coming off. It will be back and under the alternator. unscrew the bolts, remove belt from starter, take it out, replace, reposition belt, tighten bolts, and your back in business. Starters are easy. I am a complete idiot (I ofter break bolts, etc) and I do all my own starter work.
well, consitering that the starter motor isn't run off the serpentine belt, this wont help, the starter motor is on the back side of the engine, below the intake manifold. and drives the engine off of the flexplate or flywheel. pretty simple really, unhook the few wires running to it, label where you got them just to avoid confusion. then remove the 2 or so bolts that hold it the the housing, again remembering where you got them. after that the starter should just pull away. installation is hte reverse of the install
As with all modern starters, the Saturn starter relay is attached to and an integral part of the starter motor.
on the motor.
how to change starter
crawl under the car an remove it
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To change the starter on a 1998 s10, the motor mount will have to be removed. Support the motor on a jack with a board on the top of it, and remove the mount to get to the starter.
As with almost ALL modern vehicles, the starter relay/solenoid is attached to and an integral part of the starter MOTOR.
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Saturn made more than one car in 2000 so you will need to be more specific! The s-series motor will not fit in an l series car though if that is what you are asking.
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disconnect battery. from underneath disconnect solenoid wire and battery cable from starter solenoid. remove starter motor bolts. remove starter motor. installation is the reverse but be sure to place the starter shim between the starter motor and the engine or you will get noise during starts.
if its FWD then the starter is under the intake manifold and fuel rail at the bottom of the motor in the back by the firewall
The single click, that you hear when the starter switch is operated, is the solenoid making the high tension connection to the starter motor. If the starter motor doesn't turn over, you will need to check both the battery feed to the solenoid and the feed from the solenoid to the starter motor (this is typically a short length of braided cable). I have known this cable to corrode through. If it has, the easiest remedy, is to replace the entire starter motor.
i believe the solenoid is part of the actual starter motor. you have to change the whole starter.
Yes, it screws out and has a simple connector. Look in a manual for the exact location of the sensor. In earlier models it was on the engine block, near the starter.
Most likely the selonoid on the starter motor needs replacing
It's not very hard if you have done some work before. Their are two bolts holding it in one is on top of the starter and a tough to see but you can still get a socket and ratchet on it. You shouldn't have too much trouble with the repair though. Saturn Tech
The starter motor on a Citrogen Berlingo can be changed by first removing the electrical wires. Remove the three bolts that hold the starter in place. The starter will come out. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
What motorcycle? What about the starter? Change it? Fit it? Fault it? I want to answer but you're making it difficult.
Ans- majit khan -we know starter is a safety device. Two point starter is used for Dc series motor. In two point starter all the thing's are connected in series.