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The starter motor on the Nissan Altima is located on the front of the engine and can be changed from the top of the engine compartment.
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The starter is to the left of center near the right trans-axle. You cannot see the starter from the top of the motor.Thanks.On older model cars The starter motor on the Nissan Altima is located on the front of the engine and can be changed from the top of the engine compartment.----------Thanks.
The real problem you have is that Saturn changed the motor mounts after the first year. So the 91 mounts are different than those for the 92-99 1.9L 4 cylinder which are all the same. You can wait around for them to appear on ebay, except for the front mount which has a small shock built into it which I have never seen for sale on ebay. I assume a dealer could get them for you at a ridiculous price, or check SaturnParts.net for a somewhat lower but still high price.
Note that most of the folks selling Saturn motor mounts just assume that 91-99 years are the same as the engine was the same but that is just not true. If you look on ebay you can find Saturn parts identifier sheets, S-series, for about a dollar plus 3 dollars shipping, buy one of those those and you will see the difference between the engine mounts and have the exact part numbers.
On your 99 model the module is located behind the left quarter trim panel,mid-way.You maybe able to see it by removing the speaker cover or the cupholder on top. The module will have a sticker with a 5 digit code.
On the 04 the model is behind the right quarter trim panel toward the front about even with the right rear door stricker.
I would ask you why you want to change the mounts? They usually are not a problem unless the car was in a crash. Can you see that they are broken? If it is just engine shaking due to rough idle then the motor mounts will not solve this. You will need to find out what is causing the misfire to smooth it out.