Disconnect both battery leads
chock the back wheels,
jack up the front and support it on axle stands, (MAKE SURE IT IS SOLID OR YOU COULD DIE)
The starter motor is found behind the engine, near the inlet manifold.
remove one bolt from above the engine then get under the car.
remove all cables underneath , remembering the order.
remove 2 bolts from underneath the engine and remove the motor.
re-fitting is simply the reverse of removal.
Bad starter solinoid replace it and the starter!
Begin by removing the positive cable from your 1990 Volvo 240 battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter motor. Remove the starter motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new starter motor.
Replace it with a rebuilt unit.
that test indicates that you need to replace the starter motor.if no clicking in this test , you would replace solenoid first. but clicking indicates solenoid works,so replace starter motor
The starter selinoid is bad, selinoid is locate above the starter it self. Need to replace the starter.
Start by removing the battery connection and then locate the starter near the ignition. Locate the starter between the transaxle and the engine. Unplug the wires and unwrench the starter. Replace with the new one.
Hi, Disconnet the battery cables from the battery. Disconnest the battery cable from the back of the Starter motor, and the other red wire., then undo the two bolts holding the starter motor in place one on top and one below the starter motor., withdraw the starter motor from the motor and remove from the car, Installation is the reverse of the dissassembly instructions. Hope this helps
What is the easiest way to replace the starter motor on a 2000 chev Venture?
There are some detailed articles on changing starter motors at ; http://www.carbasics.co.uk
Might try putting an air gun on the crank pulley nut but not recommended. Best to replace the starter motor and do it right
The armature bushings inside the starter motor are probably shot. Time to replace the starter.
replace the starter
What year,what motor?? it is a 2002 Chevy avalanche 1500
un bolt it and take it out. using spanners
if the battery and battery conections are good, then you need to replace the starter motor
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconect wiring harness at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Look in front of the motor,under muffler pipes,there you will find the starter motor.Take two mounting screws out and remove wire.
A Vauxhall Asta starter motor will cost about 300 dollars. It will also cost about 50 dollars for labor if that service is needed.
It depends on what is wrong - if the starter-motor does not operate it is probably a flat battery (charge it), starter relay (replace it) or starter motor (replace it) - always check for corrosion / bad earths. If the starter-motor is operating but the engine isn't firing it could be any number of things - but for a motor to run it must have: compression, fuel & ignition. The easy answer if your bike does not start is to get in touch with a recovery organisation or motorcycle dealer (such as ourselves: http://www.aprilia-merseyside.com )
# Disconnect the negative battery cable # Remove the air intake duct and the air cleaner assembly # Disconnect the speedometer cable from the transaxle # Unscrew the nut and disconnect the battery cable from the starter motor then disconnect the wiring from the solenoid # Remove the starter motor mounting bolts,supporting the starter motor as the bolts are removed and remove the starter motor
The single click, that you hear when the starter switch is operated, is the solenoid making the high tension connection to the starter motor. If the starter motor doesn't turn over, you will need to check both the battery feed to the solenoid and the feed from the solenoid to the starter motor (this is typically a short length of braided cable). I have known this cable to corrode through. If it has, the easiest remedy, is to replace the entire starter motor.
In all cases of removing a starter motor disconnect the battery negative terminal, then take the old starter motor off and bolt the new one on. Then reconnect the battery negative terminal.
this has already been answered in another question see how do i replace a starter motor in a 1998 kia sportage with automatic trasmission ?
This job is very difficult, and you probally should find a garage to do this for you. The starter is located inside of the motor.
just replace it with a regular 12volt starter motor . 1 have a 1600 126a in my 59 Canadian standard beetle. great motor , got it out of a sprat coupe.