Put car on ramp or jack-up and support with safety stands. Then disconnect the neg. battery cable. Under the car there is a bolt and a wire connected to the starter. Remove and save to reinstall on new starter. There are 2 nuts attaching the starter to the flywheel. 1 you can see right at the bottom. Loosen it up but don't fully remove until the top one is off. Here comes the fun part. I worked for the top down. Remove the air intake, breather. A bunch of 10 mm bolts If you haven't changed your air filter lately
now is a good time so have a new air filter handy. Do it after you changed the starter. Now reach in an extension with a swivel socket works great. you might have to take off that connector on top of the transmission, that little gray box to get access to the bolt.
It is 180 deg. from the lower bolt. If the lower 1 was at 6 o'clock this 1 is at 12 o'clock. Look at the bolt pattern on the new starter as a guide. Once you loosen that up and remove. Go back under the car and remove that loose bolt. Wiggle out the old starter and be careful, there a a thin metal shim on these starters, you must remove from the old and put on the new one. Work the new starter into place make sure the shim is positioned correctly and rebolt the bottom,don't fully torque it up until the top is in. Then go back and torque the bottom. Then install the push on wire and rebolt the main starter cable to that center copper stud. put back all the parts removed and then the battery cable. Say good luck and start that engine. You should be smiling. If it is your first time I would give a couple of hours for the job, but once you do it. The next time is 45 mins. good luck. Steve9174536337
The starter solenoid is on the starter. The transmission solenoids are inside the trasnmission.
When the 97 dodge neon doesn't start. This however is contrary to most cars that when the starter went out, it comes back with multiple females for a 3 some.
dude you need a tune up
On the front of the engine, at oil pan height
Start with no starter??That car isn't going anywhere unless you change the starter or tow it.
5/8 inch socket will fit the bolt and nut that hold the starter on.
Its 15mm on my '97
Look underneath on the driver's side of the engine block. The starter will ALWAYS be where the engine meets with the transmission, practically no matter what vehicle.
Where's the starter cylinder on my 97 escort
I've replace the starter for a rebuilt and it spins. I know I've removed 2 screw to many. Could it be I've change the adjustment?
Disconnect the battery. unhook the wires from the starter, then unbolt the unit. Drop the starter and bolt the new one in. Reconnect the wiring and battery.
Should be located on the top of the starter Remove starterRemove 2 screws on sideTwist to remove (spring loaded)
Your vehicle has a starter solenoid which is piggy back on the starter.
The instructions to change the sliding door on a 97 Dodge Caravan are located in the service manual. This details the dis-assembly of the door and the location of electric components.
You don't change the belt because it has a timing chain.
It is called an oxygen sensor socket.
Were is located the starter in a kawasaki 1500cc year 97
will a fram ph43 fit a 97 dodge 5.2 liter rng
A 97 lx doesn't have a starter relay. The relay is built into the solenoid of the starter motor itself. It uses light voltage to transfer the power from the main cable to the starter motor itself.
the relay or the starter motor is stuffed
97 dodge intrepid, new fuel pump, won't start
Check your timing... Also make sure your distributor is still good... I just had to change mine on my 97 civic
IF YOUR MODEL HAS AN INLINE STARTER RELAY (BIG BLUE IDENTIFIED IN ENGINE ROOM) IT MAY HAVE FAILED. IF NOT THEN CHK FOR POWER AT STARTER, IF IT HAS POWER THEN STARTER IS BAD.
You can't. 95-96 were the only Neon's that came with fuel filters, after 97 Dodge stopped equiping external fuel filters