disconnect battery. remove cables at the starter. remove starter mount bolts. remove starter. replace starter. reinstall bolts. reinstall wires. reinstall battery cable.
how to replace a knock sensor on a 2000 Chevy 6.0 step by step
i need a step by step instruction on how to remove or replace a radiator of a 2005 3.4L chevy impala
Is there a good site to go to asap to find how to replace a starter for a 1994 Honda Accord EX
I have a chevy 2001 ls tahoe. How do you access the drivers side door speaker to change step by step.
i also need step by step instructions on how to take off old starter and replace new one if any one knows this would be very helpful to me. thanks
first you want to make sure you get both the wires off the back of the starter (this will make it easier later) after that it is 2 bolts holding the starter to the bell housing
buy a repair manual at any parts store and it explains it step by step
a Haynes manual would be your best reference for step-by-step removal and installation of any do-it-yourself work
Call an Auto Zone store and ask for the machanical schematics of the car and also the step by step papers on how to take of and replace the head gasket.
You can go to any AutoZone or other related store and pick up a Haynes repair book. it will give you step by step instructions on how to replace the alternator and more.
This will depend 100% on what tail lights are installed in you Step Van, Chevy did not make the body, many other companies did. So who built your body?
There are seven steps on how to replace the EGR valve in a 91 Chevy Corsica. Some of the step-by-step instructions are disconnect the car battery, unhook the air supply hose, and remove the EGR mounting mounting bolts with a socket wrench.
how do you replace the door handle in a 1997 Chevy suburban passengers front door? Check out the GM truck forum here- nice step by step instructions with pictures http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/showthread.php?t=18577&highlight=door+handle
best thing to do is obtain the ford manual either online or from an auto parts store and follow the step by step instructions down to the letter
1. unhook neg. battery lead. DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP 2. unbolt large power wire from starter. 3. unplug wires from solinod on starter. 4. remove bolts (2) that hold starter to trans. %. remove starter, replace and reverse steps
The best way that I have found to remove the starter is to purchase or go to your local library and check out a copy of the Haines manual. I have used it to remove alternator, ECM, and the instrument cluster.
Here are step by step instructions and how to changer miata starter : http://www.racecaddy.com/mx5/tech/starter-mx5.html enjoy
The following instructions are for a 3.1 L V61: Disconnect your battery.2: Elevate car to where you are able to easily get under it.3: The starter is located on the bottom of the engine right behind the radiator; Center of the engine on the front (grille) side.4: Remove oil filter.5: Remove wiring harness directly beside starter.6: There are two bolts located on the starter, both should be 14mm. Remove bolts and hold starter up.7: lower starter and disconnect wires, large then small.Add new starter in reverse order.Don't miss a step, don't try to skip a step. I've tried every alternative, they don't work..Cory
Starter replacement step by step; http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c15280061854
Starter Relay Test Place transmission in Park. Apply parking brake. Check for battery voltage between starter relay battery terminal and ground. Connect jumper wire on starter relay between battery and ignition terminals. If engine does not crank, connect a second jumper wire to starter relay between ground terminal and good ground and repeat test. If engine cranks in step 3, transmission linkage is misadjusted or neutral safety switch is defective. If engine does not crank in step 3, starter relay is defective. Follow this step by step and you will pinpoint the problem.
I'm not sure where there might be a diagram. However I'll post a really good video that will walk you through this process step by step, on how to fix your broken Chevy HHR window regulator. Hope this helps, 1ATony
Have you ever looked in your owners manual? It is a great book it even tells you how to do this! They give you step by step directions. Maybe you should look there
go to a parts store and get a haynes manual for your car year and model!! it will describe what to do step by step!! Just did mine!!
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring harness at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
In time, starters begin to wear out. The starter has a lot of moving parts and when just one of those parts wear out, the engine on your Mitsubishi Eclipse will not start. The most common part to wear out is the solenoid and the starter gear. Solenoids are replaceable, but you have to pull the starter out of the car to replace it. The gear is also replaceable, but it requires a starter rebuild. Most people opt for a new starter to obtain a warranty for the starter. 1. Step 1 Remove the negative battery cable from the battery with an adjustable wrench. 2. Step 2 Place the front end of the Eclipse on two jack stands so you can get under the vehicle. The easiest way to access the starter is raising the front of the vehicle and crawling under it to change the starter. However, you can remove the air cleaner ductwork and reach the starter without getting under the car. To do so, remove the band clamps that hold the ductwork to the throttle body and to the air filter box. With the ductwork removed, look down between the engine and the radiator to find the starter. 3. Step 3 Remove the solenoid electrical harness from the starter. Push the locking tab inward and pull the plastic harness off the starter solenoid. 4. Step 4 Remove the nut that holds the ground wire to the back of the starter with an adjustable wrench. Pull the wire off the stud and thread the nut back onto the stud to prevent losing the nut. 5. Step 5 Locate the two starter mounting bolts on the back of the bell housing. Remove the bolts with a ratchet and socket. Hold the starter in place with one hand while you remove the bolts with the other to prevent the starter gear from jamming into the flywheel. Jamming could damage the flywheel teeth. 6. Step 6 Pull the starter out of the bell housing. Pull any shims off the base of the starter and transfer them to the new starter. 7. Step 7 Push the starter into place. Turn the starter to mesh the starter gear with the flywheel in the bell housing. Turn the starter until the bolt holes in the starter and bell housing line up. 8. Step 8 Hold the starter in place and thread the two bolts from the back of the bell housing to secure the starter into place. Tighten the bolts to 30 ft-lbs. 9. Step 9 Remove the nut from the end of the starter and slide the black wire onto the stud. Replace the bolt and tighten it to 30 ft-lbs. 10. Step 10 Reconnect the wiring harness to the starter solenoid. 11. Step 11 Place the air cleaner ductwork onto the throttle body and secure the band clamp. Place the other end of the ductwork onto the air cleaner box and secure it with the band clamp. If you did not remove the ductwork, skip this step. 12. Step 12 Reconnect the negative battery cable to the battery.