From underneath the car, passenger side. Remove the metal dust shield and you'll see the starter on the engine wall.
Be careful of the tight squeeze... you'll be busting knuckles on the firewall. You'll need a 14 mm socket wrench. A "breaker bar" will assist you in getting the bolts started.
I know because... dear hubby is outside working on removing my son's 2000 Kia Sephia's starter as I type. Since he's busted his knuckles a couple of times... I "know" he's getting the job done right. ;) absolutely not from underneathe the car , remove the air intake box and tube on the drivers side you can then acess the two 14mm bolst on the starter losen and remove, then remove the intake manifold support bracket closer to the passsenger side losen the lower starter bolt, tyhen hold the starter with one hand and losen the bolt all the way , do the opposite to instll
It is next to the oil filter behind the engine; you have to access it from underneath. Contrary to what is written in the Chilton manuals, THERE IS NO NEED TO BREAK OPEN THE EXHAUST SYSTEM TO REPLACE THE STARTER MOTOR! I was able to change the starter motor on a 1998 Kia Sephia with the 1.8L DOHC engine without so much as kneeling. It is located at the upper-rear of the flywheel, just below the air-induction casting. After undoing the three bolts attaching it to the engine, the starter motor can be moved towards the passenger side of the engine. If the vapor recovery canister is simply pulled upwards, it comes out of the way, and the starter can then be cleared out of the engine.
Starter replacement is fairly simple. Located on pasenger side, access from under the car. Disconnect battery first, disconnect wiring to starter, then remove 2 bolts holding starter to engine case. Install new starter, reassemble in reverese order.
on the 1995 aurora to change out the starter the top end has to be pulled the starter is internal it is located on the drivers side of the engine
They are located beneath a cover on the top of the engine. The cover contains letters and numbers of the engine marker.
You can find the starter at the lower front part of the engine. You can change starter easily any time it has a fault.
What year? What year? What engine?
What engine ?
disconnect the battery, then the wires from the starter. Then remove the bolts holding the starter to the engine.
It is above/behind the starter. The starter must be removed in order to access the sensor to change it.
Started is located on the drivers side on the engine behinde the AC compressor. You will need to raise the car and access it from the bottom (real fun to change)
the only way i could figure out how to get the starter out was to remove the right engine mount
If you have a v-6 engine the starter is located on the left side bottom of the engine and it is a job to change out. You will have to remove the cross member, the left side engine mount and jack the engine up as high as you can to remove and replace the starter... GOOD LUCK...
Disconnect battery, remove wire from starter and remove bolts to engine. reverse to install new starter.
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
The starter is located under the intake manifold you have to remove it to gain access. It's not as bad as you think. Remember to change the gaskets and torque the manifold when reinstalling.
did you check the starter and the fuses
Disconnect the battery. From underneath, find the starter at the rear of the engine. Remove the wiring and the bolts from the starter. Drop the starter and install the new one.
Check power from your ignition, and power at the starter
I was able to change the starter on my 1989 Nissan pulsar, by first lifting the front of the car. Then I placed a jack under the passenger side of the engine. Then remove the bolt from the passenger side of the motor. Then jack the side of the engine till you can access the bolts on the starter. The bolts also serve as a mount for the transmission. There is one wire hookup. The stud on the starter is a light guage metal, and can be striped very easy. So be careful.
start by disconnecting battery, then wires on starter, then bolts on starter, if it drops on the pavement you are half done.... reverse procedure to install
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98 Kia Sephia Plug change Remove the cover on top of the engine. It is stamped DOHC and has six screws. Two plugs are under the ignition sets and the other two are one the ends, a total of four. Replace the plugs, spacing is 44 thousandths.
The crank sensor is behind the starter. Remover the starter at the back of the engine and you will see the sensor
How do you remove a starter from a 1995 Camero, I know it's from the bottom but the exhaust system is in the way.
AnswerIt is located on the driver side of the engine. You have to remove all the air intake plumbing and unplug a few things to get to it. You will have easy access to it after you do that. It is held on by three bolts and has a couple cables bolted to it.