The starter is located on the rear side of the engine, parallel to the axle, and underneath the intake manifold. Your only access is from underneath and so you first need to raise the vehicle onto jack stands. Remove the ground wire from the battery terminal. From underneath the vehicle, disconnect the two positive power connections to the starter. Then unbolt the intake manifold stay, a U-shaped steel brace that bolts to the underside of the intake manifold. Remove the manifold. Once it is removed, the next step is to remove the two mounting bolts connecting the starter to the engine. On a manual transmission, access to the two bolts heads is from above. You'll need to remove the air cleaner hose and most likely the air cleaner box in order to access those two bolt heads. I've been told, but have not confirmed, that these two bolt heads are oriented 180 degrees in vehicles with automatic transmissions - in which case they can be loosened from underneath the vehicle. Once you have loosened these bolts, you can remove the starter from underneath the vehicle. Replacement is, of course, the exact opposite. If you have a manual transmission, you need a second person to tighten the bolt heads from above while you are underneath holding the replaced starter in position. The two most difficult elements of this job are finding the starter location and working with the tight access. Access for this work is rather challenging - the higher you can raise the vehicle, the easier the job will be. A few words on replacing or rebuilding your starter: The solenoid (magnetic switch) is connected to the starter motor. The starter and solenoid assembly is relatively easy to diagnose from a service/repair manual. If the solenoid is functioning properly, the starter motor itself is quite serviceable. After time, the copper commutator plates of the motor will oxidize and exhibit an almost lacquered sheen from arcing and brush wear that inhibits electrical connectivity between the brushes and the commutator plates. It is very easy to lightly sand the commutators and/or replace the brushes if they are worn, relubricate the motor bearings, and return your starter into service if there are no other wiring deficiencies. In my case I was able to disassemble the motor, sand the commutator plates, relubricate the bearings, and reassemble the motor in about the same time it would have taken me to drive to the auto parts store.
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93 paseo does use R-12.
the Toyota mr2 engine is said to fit but i have to try it out myself first i just bought a 92 paseo
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The starter relay is the part of the vehicle that sends an electrical current to the motor in order for the engine to start. In a 1993 Toyota Corolla, you will find the starter relay in the engine compartment.
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The starter on a 1993 Toyota Camry is located on the driver's side of the motor. It is so low that it is almost underneath the motor, back near the firewall.
No, airbags did'nt start being included on the Paseo until, I believe, the 1994 or 1995 model year, about 2 to 3 years before the end of the Paseo's production run in 1997. I have a 1992 Paseo and it does NOT have airbags, neither driver or passenger.� The 1993 Paseo does have a drivers side airbag. I have a 93 paseo and it does have a drivers side airbag
There's not enough room here to answer your question. This is no job for a novice mechanic. You're going to need specialized tools and experience. Take it to a tranny shop.
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Remove the positive cable from your 1993 Mercury battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter.
I am not for sure which is the radio fuse but 99% of the time it is a 15 amp fuse which is blue.
Behind the radio under the dash according to the hoses going thru the fire wall.
It's directly underneath the throttle body and anchored to the throttle body by screws.
The estimated cost for parts and labor to replace the clutch on a 1993 Toyota Camry is between $1,260 and $1,687. This can be higher or lower depending on where a person lives.
its under the intake manifold if its a northstar