Here's how I did it..... Take the battery out, take the battery tray out... You've got two bolts, one runs through the front of the starter,(bottom) one runs through the tranny(TOP) into the starter.... Jack up the car, remove the bottom bolt, remove the top bolt from the top, Unhook the ground wire that goes to the radiator support, & remove the fan assy. closest to the battery tray.... After you get the bolts out tip the starter up, remove the wires....Take the starter out from the TOP..... Reassembly is the reverse... .....
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan battery. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the retaining bolts from the starter. The starter will come off.
how to remove a starter on 2000 dodge caravan
You have to remove the steering intermediate shaft and remove the starter from the top.
Hey Sheri==First remove the negative battery cable then remove the wires from the starter then the bolts and work it out. GoodluckJoe
Disconnect the - battery cable Lift and safely secure vehicle Remove wires from starter Remove mounting bolts Drop starter
If it is installed incorrectly and causes the starter to be engaged continuously/always running it would kill the starter fairly quickly.
on my 1990 with 3.0 L, behind starter. remove starter to access unit
Remove negative cable from battery Disconnect positive cable from starter and ignition wire Loosen mounting bolts from starter Remove starter Install new starter in reverse order of removal
It is on the drivers side buried behind the starter. You need to remove the starter and then you have access to it.
Remove the relay or fuse for the door locks.
Disconnect the battery. raise and support vehicle Remove the two bolts holding the starter motor to the transmission housing Do not let the motor drop. Keep the starter motor supported. Lower it enough to undo the positive side cable nut. Remove the eyelet. then remove the harness connector from the connection on the starter. It should be free now. Install in reverse. Hope this helps.
its just below the starter. it might be a bit difficult to remove since you're going to have to remove the starter itself to get to the bolt. good luck.