The starter is located on the drivers side of the engine compartment, just inside the rear of the inner fender well. If you are looking to replace the starter it is not a fun job. I read that you have to drop the lead pipe. I took off the heat shield on the wiring harness by the lead pipe and the heat shield on the lead pipe. Then I took off the cross member. Finally I put my jack under the engine and rised it as far as I could. This allowed me to flip the starter and pull it out in reverse. I still found I had to wiggle it. I also shaved a little of my tranny housing of with a dremmel. This was a sucky job, but it worked.
Take out the transmission and there it is. The flywheel holds the ring gear for the starter. If your ring gear has been obliterated by your starter you have an issue with how the starter engages the fly wheel to begin with. Proper clearances, alignment and securing of your starter will make your trooper whole agian.
i have a 1998 trooper and i had to get a robe #2 screw driver and take off the outer housing of the socket and replace bulb and replace outer housing, be sure you put on gasketcorrectly or water will get into it.
How to take out and replace the starter on a 2003 4x4 Nisson Xterra
I found that the easiest way to get to the starter of an 1987 Trooper II is to take the front right wheel off. You should see it right there, and with relatively easy access.
Installing a starter on your 1998 Nissan will take approximately one hour. Removing and installing a starter is a very simple process.
hi to replace the starter on a Mazda 626 is actually quite simple. first, take the carbonater and replace it with the air conditioner. with this, the car will actually start. now take a wrench and put it on the front seat of the car and watch it for 5 seconds. take the wrench out and throw it away (if you don't throw it away this wont work). now replace the air conditioner, take out the carbonater, and add a defunctionator, which is usually sold at most car dealerships. after this, start the car, and enjoy!!
I understand that the starter is under the intake manifold and is quite a bit of work to replace. Could take several hours.
remove the neg battery cable then the wires on the starter. Then take out the mounting bolts and work the starter out.
Where is the starter on a 1997 Honda Civic?
I DO BELIEVE THE SOLENOID IS MOUNTED ON THE STARTER AND YOU WOULD HAVE TO REPLACE THE STARTER TO REPLACE THE SOLENOID remove the starter and take it down to your local auto parts store. they can bench test the starter and give you the proper solenoid if it needs to be replaced.
If you do it yourself, the starter motor will cost you anywhere from $55-110. I got mine for $60 and hasnt given me a problem. If you take it to the dealer, they will charge you around $380
Take it apart, install new shaft bushings and brushes. Check diodes and regulator, replace any defective components.
I need to know how to change a starter on a 93 Chevy z71 Unhook battery cables from battery, take the ground wire off starter, take power wire off starter, take the 2 bolts out of starter and should come right out
It is possible that the bendix or solenoid on your starter is bad. These allow the starter teeth to move forward to engage the flywheel. Take the starter to a auto parts store and have them check it.
when i change the starter corlla ce 2003 I take out a manifold
take off old starter and install new one in its place. finished
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.
take it back to whomever put the starter on and tell them to fix it....
take it out and put in a starter from a 96 Honda civic becasue they are the same but the Honda has more power
un bolt it and take it out. using spanners
Take it to a mechanic yo!
Disconnect the battery. Unhook the starter wires. Remove the two bolts on the starter. Take the starter out, and bolt the new one in. Reverse the procedure to finish the installation.
Not positive about yours but on my friends you have to pull the cross member to get the starter out.
First make sure it is the starter that is at fault. Then take the neg battery cable loose at the batery. Then take off the wiring then the bolts holding it on and work it out.
First remove the negative battery cable. Then take the wires off of the starter solonoid. Then take the bolts out of the starter and remove it. Sometimes you have to take the exhaust loose to get it out. If necessary, get a manual from aparts store. It will show you how.