What engine do you have? These directions are for 91 Mirage GS with a 1.6L DOHC engine with Auto Transmission. 1. Disconnect battery ground (negative terminal) 2. Unplug connector going into Air Cleaner 2a. Remove air intake hose / air cleaner cover from engine (be careful when removing MAFS from cleaner body). 3. Starter is located under the intake manifold and attached by 2 bolts 14mm heads that appear to be mounted to transmission bell houseing. One is easily visible but other is hidden somewhat by AT shifter cable. (The bolt not hidden by the AT cable provide a couple of ground wire connections that need to be reattached on assembly). 4. Disconnect push on plug to starter and power wire (12mm) nut. (plug has a spring latch) You'll have to either reach around under the air intake manifold or go up from underneath the vehicle to do this. (raise vehicle and support safely on jackstands) 5. Remove the two bolts at bell housing that hold the starter to engine. 6. Starter should be supported and moved down through bottome of engine compartment. 7. Take to local auto supply like Advanced Auto and they can do a functional check to see if it is bad. Re-assembly is reverse order of the above 1-6 steps. (be sure to re-connect all leads and wiring detached during the process.
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no it does not... only the 1.6 has one
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1991 Pontiac Grand Am battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
yep need a dif ecu though
must remove oil filter to get starter out have fun
Same as a Dodge Colt or Mitsubishi Mirage of similar vintage
Remove the - battey cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wires at the top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Remove the battery cable from the positive post of the battery. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. The starter will come off. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
there is 3 wires to the starter disconnect them. Then remove the mounting bolts and detach the starter the reverse to installation
the starter is in the back of the moter. frist disconet the battery. the disconet all the wires from the starter. there should be two bolts holding it on. take them off and
MOST LIKELY YOU WILL NEED A HOIST TO EVEN SEE THE STARTER
Make and year? Mitsubishi Pajero 1991 (last of the square shape)?
Unhook the negative battery cable thenlay under the car ,remove the wires off the starter then unbolt and remove it.
Disconnect the battery, locate the starter.. remove the mounting bolts, bring the starter down to where you can reach all of the wires going to the solenoid, and disconnect those.
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect the wiring harness at the top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
You'll need to remove the intake manifold. The starter is located underneath it.
Disconnect battery Lift right side front of vehicle starter should be a lower right rear of engine Loosen and remove 2 securing bolts Lower starter and remove wires wiggle or twist to remove
Replace Remove starter Remove solenoid at top of starter Remove front end of starter for access Remove locking washer from starter shaft Drive should slide off shaft
Get a manual if you need pictures and it will tell you how also.
Make sure the starter is bad then remove the neg battery cable then the wires from the starter, take the bolts out that hold it on and work it out.
Disconnect the battery. Unhook the wiring on the end of the solenoid. If there is a support bracket on the end of the starter, unhook it. If the exhaust is in the way, unhook that. Remove the two bolts that hold the starter to the back of the block.
Mitsubishi RVR was created in 1991.
the starter is on the passenger side of the engine compartment under the vehicle is the way to access it . First remove neg battery cable . then go to the starter itself and remove the pos bat cable and starter solenoid wire inspect the back of starter to see if a support bracket is installed remove the bracket as necessary. next remove the two 9/16 head bolts and dropthe starter . also there may be a stiffiner stut in the way that may have to be removed as well
remove you battery box and right below ur intake u will see a wire running to a bolt remove that bolt and the bolt below that and you will have to go underneath the car to get the starter out