Put em back the same way you took em off silly.
Replacing the starter on a 1999 Monte Carlo is fairly easy to do. The car will need to be jacked up to reach the starter. The wires will need to be disconnected from the starter before removing it. After the wires are removed, the starter can be taken down by removing the two bolts. After the starter is removed, replace it with a new one.
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sure it can be done but you will need an ignition switch diagram to be able to do it so you know which wires go onto the push button.
A 99 MONTE CARLO HAS 3 COIL PACKS , TWO PLUG WIRES IN EACH LOCATED ON BACK SIDE OF THE MOTOR YOU CHANGE THESE , Y Hanes book.
It's located on the center of the engine block Just about the middle of the engine, on the front. Look directly across from the radiator fan, and you should find a round device with another round capsule on the top of it. It should have 3 bolts with wires connected to them. This is your starter and starter solonoid.
disconnect cables at battery,then remove wires from starter,then take out 3 mounting bolts that hold starter in,sometimes you can remove wires when starter is out, if they are long enough.
inside of the door of the Monte Carlo there are two tan wires, a larger one, a smaller one, a blue wire, and a black, try to get some shrink rubber for wires or electrical tape either one, I prefer the rubber all you need to do is put it on one end before tieing the two wires each together and then take a lighter and heat the rubber and it will shrink around the exposed wires. When you put the door trim back on the locks will work I recently worked on a 1992 Monte Carlo with the exact problem.
disconnect battery. Diconnect wires from starter. Unbolt starter and pull it out. Simple.
follow the wires that come off the positive battery terminal the starter has two bolts to take off then the starter comes off then unhook the power wires from starter
I have a 2001 Monte Carlo and mine started sputtering. It took me about a month to fix it but all I needed was a tune up....but all I did basically is change the spark plugs and wires out and now it runs great
The starter needs a large wire from the battery and a wire from the starter switch. These are connected to the solenoid that is attached to the starter.
Check your local library, they may have a auto repair database that would have wiring diagrams, ours does.
Remove - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove wires from top of starter Remove mounting bolts Remove starter If you cannot get to the wires there is enough wire to remove the starter and then remove the wires
There are bolts that you must remove in order to take out the front seats of a 2002 Monte Carlo. There are two in the back of the seat and two in the front of the seat. If you have heated seats you will also have to remove the wires for that before you take the seat out.
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Remove wires at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
you need to use a battery charger or jumper pack to power the wires on the window motor.
Yes... Where all the spark plug wires go into the same spot.Yes... Where all the spark plug wires go into the same spot.
Remove the two bolts holding the starter to the engine then you should be able to drop the starter down enough to take the wires off and remove the starter.
right at the starter wires hook up to starter part of them are the fusible links
Replace your plugs and wires. Just happened on mine at 118000
The starter on an 89 Chevy Camaro is installed by placing the vehicle on jack stands, attaching the starter wires, and aligning it with the mounting holes. The bolts are place in the starter, torqued down, and the shroud cover attached.
unbolt neg battery cable, remove wires from starter solenoid, unbolt starter 45 min job
There's two wires to connect... just put them where they belong. Positive to the solenoid, negative to the starter body.
Need to check the battery conections and the starter wires and starter.
Jack the car up and use jack stands don't get under a vehicle with just the jack supporting it. Disconnect the battery. There should be two starter bolts with a head size of 9/16ths. Remove these at the same time to ease the starter down have something under the car to rest the starter up high as the wires on the solenoid will have to be removed. Remember where these go as the starter won't work or will continue to run if installed incorrectly. reverse this procedure when reinstalling and check manual for tourqe value of the starter bolts I believe that to be 15 ft. lbs. but check it out to be sure.