Question about 2000 Ford Windstar
My windstar burnt out its second starter...could anyone help me out with any solutions for a burnin out starters???p.s i just replaced this 2nd starter??...
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
It's not too bad. I just replaced my starter on my F150 pickup. Safety first. I suggest you get 2 jackstands. Strongly recommend you DO NOT truch just the car jack.
Disconnect the ground lead of the battery. There will be 2 (sometimes 3) wires going to the starter. A red heavy duty wire that comes directly from the battery. Disconnect these wires. Remember where they go. Remove the lower bolt first, then the top one. It helps to have someone to hold the starter up just as the top bolt comes out. The new starter should come with a new solenoid already mounter on the starter. Bring the old starter with you when you go to get the new one, otherwise there is a $30 core charge until you bring the old one back, BTW, I would get a rebuilt starter rather than a new one.
Installation is the reverse. Be patient, take your time.
Hope this helps. THanks for contacting FixYa Loringh
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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