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the starter is normally located beside the engine block with the gear drive protruding into the transmission housing. If you cannot see it in the front of the engine it may be mounted in the rear of the engine. In most cases you can follow the large red wire from the battery... it will go to the starter.
I don't know where it is but they are usually easy to find, often on the interior fuse board, have a look at your owners manual or on the fuse board cover to see if it's shown there...failing that if it does operate then turn you indicators on and trace the sound. Often people think the flasher unit has gone when it either sticks on or flashes very fast, more often in these cases you simply have an indicator lamp blown
There may be more to it.. Transmission- P.T.O(Front wheels)-Rear Differential(Rear wheels). Or may have Transmission-Transfercase drives front differential(Front wheels) and rear differential(Rear wheels). So if one was rebuilt there should still be another that is still the root of the problem. Find out what exactly was rebuilt.
oil filler underneath passenger seat lift back carpet twist knob and remove plate youll also on some models under the bonnet have a oil reserve bottle which should be full or at least 3 quarters full -estima emina 2.2 diesel