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Re: 1991 honda civic starter removal
Always start by disconnecting the battery when working with electrical parts on a vehicle. Once that is done then unplug the starter and unbolt the nut under the rubber boot which should be either 8mm or 10mm bolt, i can't remember which. Then next there will be two long 12mm or 14mm bolts holding the starter to the trans...remove them and the starter should lift right out. For installation just do the same but reverse and don't forget the metal gasket and i recommend putting di-electric grease on the electrical connections to keep those in good working order. Good luck
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unlikely as the motor spins. It appears that the motore solenoid is allowing the motor to spin before engaging the teeth in the ring gear. ON a lot of starters the pivot pin is adjustable to allow for correct engagement.Remove the starter and check that the solenoid is fact connected to the clutch part of the starter. Check that you have the correct starter for the engine
Disconnect the negative battery cable, unplug the smal wire from the starter, remove the nut that holds the large wire to the starter. Remove the two bolts that hold the starter to the transmission.
It's a pretty simple job and only requires basic hand tools.
Hi, this symptom is usually due to a starter with a shorted winding. Recommend you remove the starter and have it tested at the parts store. Let me know if you need instructions for removing the starter, and thanks for using FixYa.
First you need to disconnect the battery, remove the bottom engine covers, than remove the power leads from the starter to gain access to the nuts or bolts (should be only two of them one on top one bottom). Take it out, put the new one in and reverse the process. Don't mix the wires!