Since this is such a generalized question, the answer will also be so. Usually the starter is located on the lower rear of the engine block. Since many vehicles today utilize "transverse," or crosswise mounted engines, one might ask the question, what is the rear of the engine. That is the end which attaches to the "bell housing" and transmission, and is opposite to the end on which the water pump, alternator, belts, etc. are mounted. To assist in identifying the starter, they are generally cylindrical in shape, and depending on the engine size, starters vary in diameter from about three inches to about eight inches. Their length varies from about six or eight inches to about ten or twelve inches. Also, many starters will have a "starter SOLENOID" mounted on top. The starter solenoid will also be cylindrical in shape, but smaller than the starter itself. j3h.
Depends on what vehicle you are asking about.
Facing the front of the vehicle, the starter is located underneath engine on the left side.
the starter is located at the front of the vehicle near the frame and axel area
A starter solenoid will be located on top of the starter assembly. A 1996 Toyota Tacoma starter assembly is located under the vehicle next to the passenger wheel.
Answer - 4 Cylinder EngineThe starter is located under the intake manifold. You can get to it from under the vehicle.
it is located unedrneath the right side of the vehicle
the starter is located in the back of the engine. you have to get under the vehicle in order to access the starter.
The starter on a 1996-98 BMW 740il is located on the right side of the vehicle under the engine down by the transmission. Opening the hood will allow you to see the the starter from the passengers side of the vehicle.
On top of the starter.(usually)
Usually the starter is located on the lower rear of the engine block.
hi there im wondering where exactly the starter is located under the vehicle and what it looks like. thanks
The Starter on this vehicle is located on the front of the engine, just below the fuel intake manifold, directly in front of the radiator.