Question about 1997 Nissan Maxima
Hey tiffini, I checked NAPA online, I see there are quite a few Napa parts stores in your area, they have listings for starters @ about $150, u have to turn in your old starter for 'core' (they rebuild your old one to sell to someone else). You can buy the starter and pay what they call a 'core' charge, this charge (about $50) is refunded to u after u replace the starter and return the old one to the store. You should be able to contact any Napa store and get one in less than 24 hours, or check online. Were u trying to get info on how to remove it (do u have tools?), or just where to find one? Let me know if u need more info. countrycurt0
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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