The starter is located at the front, right of center, nearly at the bottom of the motor, accessed from under the car. It is partialy covered by a plastic splash guard that runs from front to rear. When I replaced the motor (just yesterday; without a manual), here was my general process. 1) Disconnect the battery. I have to remove the two bolts that hold down the body bracket just above the motor to access the battery. 2)I didn't have to raise the car, but it would help if the car is on at least jacks. 3)I removed the plastic splash guard from around the starter (3 screws...one facing front, the other two are behind the cross member that is just under the motor) 4)The starter is held on with just two bolts that face upward. The front bolt is not covered by the plastic splash guard but the rear bolt is accessed only by removing the splash guard. 5)Only after lowering the starter did I remove the wiring, because the nuts attaching the wires to the starter were much more accessible and I could mark where they came from before removing the wires, but there was excessive strain on the wires so some may consider removing the wires before my step 4. On mine there is a bracket attached to the end of the starter and the engine block which also has a bracket bolted to it holding the Power Steering lines. The wires can be removed from the top or the bottom, before removing the starter. Also keep and reinstall any shims that are on top of the starter. The wires are pretty straightforward, one little connection and one big connection, the big one should be removed first, making the little one easy to get to. There should only be one wire on the little connection. and 4 or 5 on the big one.
If it is a 2.8 it has 2
The starter is mounted to the bottom of the block at the bell housing end, side of the engine near the radiator.
The starter on a 1988 Chevy Celebrity is located on the bottom of the block at the bellhousing.
The starter is mounted to the bottom of the block next to the bell housing on the radiator side of the engine. It is in the same place on both the V6 and the 4 cylinder engines.
The starter solenoid is located on the top of the starter.
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Are you asking about the starter solenoid? If yes it is on the starter. If you are not asking about the starter solenoid what are you asking about?
To change the starter motor on a Chevy Celebrity: 1 Disconnect the battery ground. Use protective gloves. 2. Set the parking brake. Raise the car as required and put on jack stands. 3. Disconnect the wires at the starter solenoid. Take note of where they come off so you can put them back on. 4. If there is a brace from the starter to the block remove it. 5. Take out the two bolts that hold the starter in place, pull the starter out of the bell housing. If there are shims between the starter and the bottom of the engine block save them for use with the replacement starter. Reverse the process to install a replacement starter.
The starter is on the bottom of the block on the side nearest the radiator.
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Two bolts hold the starter to the block. There may also be a brace on the other end of the starter.
The starter on a 1986 Cadi Eldorado is located under the car right to the left of the oil pan. Look for your flywheel, and you will find your starter.
The firing order on a 1986 Chevrolet Celebrity V6 is: 1-2-3-4-5-6.
The spark plug gap for a 1986 Chevy Celebrity with the 2.5L 4 cyl engine is .060".
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Matlock - 1986 The Celebrity 5-22 was released on: USA: 30 April 1991
I found one source that says a 1986 Chevy Celebrity has a curb weight of 2714 pounds. Different options would change that weight.
Starter is located under the exaust manifold to the right..... easy to get to..
Double Dare - 1986 Celebrity Family Double Dare was released on: USA: 5 April 1987
1986 Honda Accord starter is located on the passenger's side, on top of the transmission, under several cooling system hoses. Follow the positive cable from the battery and it will lead you to the starter. Drew
Your starter solenoid is sticking. Replace the starter solenoid and you should be good to go.
it is easy if you remove the exhast so you can get to the starter bolts
The starter solenoid on a 1986 Cadillac Coupe Deville is located under the front of the vehicle. It is to the left of the oil pan.