The big red wire and the orange or blue wire go on the big stud in the middle. The small purple wire goes on the smaller stud
Starter is located on underside of the car, centered between front tires. It will have three wires connected to two posts, one red and two black on the other post.
The heavier one feeds the starter. The smaller one feeds the accessories.
The large one from the positive side of the battery attaches to the large post mounted on the starter solenoid and a smaller purple wire that attaches to the small post on the starter solenoid marked "S". The small post on the starter solenoid marked "R" is not used with that vehicle. Any accessory power wires would also attach to the large post on the starter solenoid.
to find starter...start at positive post on battery, follow big cable to end of cable........at which pointwill connect to starter
on big post you will have battery cable and a couple of fuse links on small post 1 wire
You should only need to wires to starter. The big wire from your positive battery post goes on the big stud on the starter, you may also have some wires with that same size hole that go there too. You should then only need to put the purple wire on the post that's closest to the engine. Hope the info helps.
Remove the lighter gauge wires from the solenoid, and connect full battery power (cable) directly to to the positive post on the starter motor.
Remove one battery post connection. Remove wires from starter and be sure you know where they go back. Remove large bolts from starter and put the new one back in.
Follow or track large battery cable from battery positive post to starter. Remove positive post at battery. Remove two or three wires from starter. Remove two or three starter mount bolts and remove starter. Find Auto parts in yellow pages. Call Parts dealers for best price. reverse removal procedure with rebuild starter.
Is this the airplane? Remove one battery post connector. Remove wire connections from starter. Remove mounting bolts. Remove starter. Clean the bolts and starter hole of any dirt or grease. Install new starter with cleaned bolts and reinstall wires and battery connection.
the one from the starter goes on the post on the right, the small one with the slide goes on one of the posts in the front cant remember wich but you wont burn it up if you get it wrong, the rest of them go on the post on the left
First you unhook the neg cable on the battery then jack up the car and place jack stands or other support devices under the sub frame to prevent the car from falling on you. then locate the starter wirinr and disconnect the karge post wires and then the smaller post wire . then remove the dust shield then unbolt the starter .
Large battery cable to large post,small ignition wires to smaller post.Doing mine right now!
Depends on what it is used on, most starter solnoids, on lawn mowers are mounted on a part of the frame, close to the starter, its a small round thing, with 2 post,s sticking out of the sides, and 1 or 2 small post on the bottom part, holding it to the frame, , just remove the wires, rembering where they were, and replace it,
Any wires big enough to fit on the big "B" post of the starter go there. Smaller wires go to the small "S" terminal of the starter. The small "R" terminal is not used; it is vestigial. Exceptions: Any wires that would fit on "B" terminal but won't reach are ground wires. These go to one of the mounting bolts. Next time, for Zod's sake, pay attention when you're taking something apart, Nimnode.
follow the battery + cable from the battery down to the starter post. There you will find a starter.
Disconnect the battery, preferrably the negative post. Two bolts hold the starter to the engine block. They're 13MM or 1/2 inch (same thing basically) Pull the bolts, then disconnect the electrical. The starter is low on the back side of the engine, right in front of the driver.
The red wire goes to the positive battery post and the black wires connect to the negative post. If it will not turn over then possibly the starter is defective.
in the trunk on the right side near the spare, if you need to jump start the car, there is a post in the front engine compartment that easily lets you connect your wires to it.
Same as a 1999. Look for "remove starter on 1999 Corola" post I answered. Same as a 1999. Look for "remove starter on 1999 Corolla" post I answered.
3-4 wires [fusible links] comming off that positive post on the starter they are usually pink or yellow.
Two, one large one from the positive battery post and one small one from the key switch.
One large terminal post to battery Other large terminal post to starter Small terminal post to trigger wire If extra small terminal post disregard
Putting 12V power to that "S" post will ingauge the starter.
There is a red wire from the alternator output to the starter battery connection post That wire has a fusible link in it that may blown if someone hooked up a battery backwards. I think the fuse link is located on the starter end.