REMOVE KEY FROM IGNITION!!!!!! (SAFETY FIRST!!!!) UNHOOK..AND REMOVE THE BATTERY! DO NOT attempt this with the battery IN car..way too many things to go wrong.
Remove the battery and tray.
LOOK to the REAR of the engine,you'll see the TOP of the starter...loosen and remove the 14MM bolt/nut holding it on now down below
Drain radiator and Remove the lower radiator hose. This will let you squeeze the starter around the AC line.
THEN install the new starter,the one bolt you removed from the bottom,screw in the LAST 14MM bolt on the starter into the transmission LOOSELY!!!!!!!
GO up top,reinstall the TOP bolt,TIGHTEN THIS ONE FIRMLY,but NOT all the way... Go below,tighten the bottom bolt to final spec. RE-ATTACH ALL THE WIRES...make sure the trigger wire is snapped in fully. GO up top,FIRMLY tighten to spec the top bolt.. Re-install everything you removed up top then down below Reinstall the battery(MAKE SURE THE IGNITION IS OFF!!!!!) Hook up battery... LOOK AT EVERYTHING...see if ANYTHING is loose.. CHECK EVERY BOLT YOU TOUCHED TO SEE THAT IT IS TIGHT, MAKE SURE ALL WIRES ARE IN PLACE... Crank it...does it crank?? it should fire MUCH better then when you started....good luck.. took me about a hour WITH power tools,and I had to figure it all out : (
how do i replace a blown head gasket on a 98 Toyota corolla
98 Toyota Camry Starter Installation
are 98 corolla engine compatable with a with 96 corolla
.044 (same as the 98 Corolla)
The front tire pressure for a 98 Toyota Corolla should be 32 psi. The sidewall of the tire has the tire pressure stamped in the material.
My manual says 11 gallons
Will a tranny from a 2001 corolla fit a 98 corolla
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove starter mounting bolts Disconnect wiring harness at top of starter Remove starter
Disconnect the - battery cableRaise and support vehicleRemove wiring harness at starterRemove mounting boltsRemove starter Disconnect the - battery cableRaise and support vehicleRemove wiring harness at starterRemove mounting boltsRemove starter
Disconnect the - battery terminal Raise and support vehicle if needed Disconnect the wiring harness at the top of the starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
can a starter be removed from the top on a 98 Nissan sentra gxe
It will need a lot of modification but totally possible. I have a supra engine in my 1993 toyota corolla. so far i smoked a corvette,mustang, maseratti, lotus, but unfortunetly lost agianst a NISSAN GTR.
Unhook the negative battery cable thenlay under the car ,remove the wires off the starter then unbolt and remove it.
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1998 VW Jetta battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. There will be three starter retaining bolts.
98 - 2008 has timing Chain, according to toyota.custhelp.com =p (1997 has timing belt)
do you have the schematics for a '98 softail starter?? do you have the schematics for a '98 softail starter??
try this.this is how it works on my 98 jgc. hope it helps Disconnect your battery, then remove the two nuts from the starter wire harness. Pull the wire and cable of the studs. Remove starter bolts and slide starter out of bellhosing.
well the easiest way that i have found to remove a starter is to UNHOOK BATTERY CABLES THEN UNBOLT THE STARTER FROM THE MOTOR YOUR HONESTLY A DUMB A@@ for asking this
The 1998 Toyota Corolla air intake temperature sensor can be found on the air intake hose. The air intake hose will come from the air intake box and proceed to the engine.
I just removed the driver's side window motor from a 1999 Corolla and I would have to say that it would have been near impossible to do it without removing the entire track assembly. This seemed rather hard to do at first but it turned out to be a quite simple job.
i need diagram for a starter a 98 ford contour
The starter is located on the top of the engine, at the rear of the engine. In order to get to it you will need to remove the entire intake system from the engine. I would recomend you take it to a mechanic that is familiar with the Lexus. I have had to replace 2 on my LS 400 and I had it done at a local Toyota dealer. This is about a $800.00 job.
The solenoid is on the starter.
Here is where it is on the 98 tacoma http://www.tankota.net/repair/Repair_Manual/03tacoma/sf5vzfe/ects/comp.pdf http://www.tankota.net/repair/Repair_Manual/03tacoma/di/eg5vzfe/cip01151.pdf