If it is anything like my 1991 Nissan Sentra (and it probably is), the solenoid is actually attached to the top of the starter.
The starter is located underneath the car, attached just below the engine block but on top the transaxle (where the transmission connects with the axle) it is very difficult to get to, on mine I had to remove the air-intake manifold and a few mounting brackets below the car.
no its part of the starter i belive
Just buy a rebuilt starter from Auto Zone. They're around $100.
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If its a 1.8 , its likely located inside the throttle body , the entire unit has to be replaced ,its not servicable . New units start out at 120-150 $ dollars on E- Bay , or from partsgeeks or other online suppliers . Just type this in your browser : 2006 nissan sentra/ throttle body You will find a ton of them , avoid rebuilt units.
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the end of the e cable that's connected to the secondary brake shoe is probaly rusted and stuck and the cable needs replacing,hope the drum is ok.
The solenoid is located on the passenger side on top of the starter motor.
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