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Starters are usually located on the same side of the engine as the battery.
Reasoning is the shorter the wire from battery to the starter, the better the delivered power.
An easy way is to follow the positive (+) wire from the battery as it makes its way down to the lower side of the engine. The starter will be located on the lower side of the engine...one side or the other.
Its gonna have thatbig wire from the battery going to it.
I owned a 90 model 4 cylinder rodeo and the starter was on the left side of the engine at the back looking at the car from the front
If you have to keep turning the key hoping that it will engage the starter it may be the brushes, I replaced mine for $5 and never had any more problems with it
The auto electrician wanted $300 to replace the whole starter at the time
its on the bottom front of the truck underneath the vehicle.on the drivers side...there are 2 bolts that hold it on and three wirees pretty simple .make sure you take the battery cables loose before you change it,