Starter is located on the right, driver side of the car as you look into the engine compartment. Look down under the manifold and you will see it. You have to get under the car and there are two bolts to loosen. I gave up on mine and had the mechanic take it out and replace with another starter for $60 for labor and well worth it! It was not worth the struggle.
Assuming it started before the starter was replaced, the starter and/or starter wiring are not installed correctly.
Does the engine crank over?
Sounds like starter solenoid is going bad and needs replacing
try replacing the starter
You need to replaced the starter or the alternator.
Starter drag? Injectors leaking - vapor lock? Starter drag? Injectors leaking - vapor lock?
try replacing the alternator
If it takes a minute for your car to start while holding the key down it sounds like your starter has gone bad. Try replacing the starter.
the starter motor needs replacing
I had the same problem. I took it to a mechanic and they told me it was the ignition switch.
car won't turn over
You should check the starter and alternator.
battery may not be the problem check your starter motor and ignition switch
Diagnosis: Engine Won't Start or Run Check related link below
If ignition problems still persist after replacing the neutral safety switch on a 1995 Chevy S10 check the starter. A broken starter will result in a car which will not be able to turn over the engine.
Weak battery Bad starter Loose or corroded battery cables Bad neutral switch
rearly depending if u start stop alot using the starter all the time causes wear but rearly need replacing
is your battery in good condition and fully charged? is your starter good?
We need more info. Need to know the symptoms. Need to know what it does and does not do.
If your car works fine when its not cold and only wont start when its cold outside then its a bad solenoid and most likely the one that regulates voltage to your starter. This solenoid can not be replaced with out replacing the starter because they are combined. Unless you have a aftermarket starter that will let replace the solenoid without replacing the starter. So all you have to do is take it to a shop and have a new starter put in and your prob should be fixed.
If the starter is whining while the engine is running at an idle you have a problem with the ignition switch or the starter solenoid is stuck. The starter should not be engaged while the engine is running unless you are holding the key over on the start position.
Battery cable connections may not be tight. The starter could be bad. The starter solenoid could be bad. Check to see if the lights work. If they do, leave them on and try to start the vehicle. IF the lights dim, you have a bad battery connection somewhere or a bad starter.
Does the engine turn over? If no Check the battery and starter If yes Make sure there is spark and fuel getting to the engine