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Is there a difference between a starter from a manual transmission 1995 Nissan 200sx S model and a starter from an automatic transmission 1996 Nissan 200sx SE model?


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2010-08-27 05:06:30
2010-08-27 05:06:30

YES ... you don't even have to read to much into the book to find out either ... It says it on the cover of the manual it's for a 1996 Nissan 200sx ES ...

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I think it's depending on the vehicle, there may be a spacer between the starter and the motor. There may be a shield between the starter and the transmission housing if your starter is bolted to the transmission.

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if it is an automatic transmission it is a real nitemare. you have to remove the two transmission coolent lines from the radiator, then you have to slide the starter out through the front of the motor, in between the motor mount and the engine, it will only fit if you get it just right.

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On a 1995 Ford Explorer : Looking into the engine compartment from the DRIVERS SIDE ( a flashlight would be helpfull ) the starter is LOW DOWN at the rear of the engine where the automatic transmission is bolted to the rear of the engine

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On the 4.0 L engine, I believe the starter can be found low down on the driver's side of the engine, just in front of the transmission.


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