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2007 mitsubishi eclipse starter location

Need to know where to fing the starter to tap the solenoid and see if I can get my wifes 07 ecplise to turn over to drive to get warranty work done.

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Just folow the heavy power wires from battery
Most probably it will be on bottom to the right. It should look like that. Good Luck
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If tapping the starter doesn't work, she can bump start it every time... It can get annoying, but until she gets it fixed or replaced it will be drivable!

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