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How do you remove a starter on a 1991 Mitsubishi Mirage?

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2006-09-24 22:49:54
2006-09-24 22:49:54

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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