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It looks easy for the 940 but I am not sure about the 940 turbo, as maybe some of the turbo parts are in the way. I'm not sure about that, since there is no documentation on the turbo model vs. the 940 standard model.
If you can follow the following instructions, then I would give it a whirl.
Disconnect the negative battery cable at the battery.
Disconnect the leads from the starter motor.
Remove the starter motor retaining bolts.
Remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
Position the starter motor to the flywheel housing.
Apply locking compound to the bolt threads and install the retaining bolts finger-tight.
Tighten the bolts to approximately 25 ft. lbs. (34 Nm).
Connect the starter motor leads and the negative battery cable.
Fig. 1: Unfasten the nut retaining the starter cables . . .
Fig. 2: . . . and remove the starter cables
Fig. 3: Unfasten the starter retaining bolts . . .
Fig. 4: . . . and remove the starter from the engine
hi from uk to locate starter on any car including yours follow the positive lead from the battery and at the other end it is connected to the starter solenoid the starter on your car should be at the rear side of engine as you lookunder bonnet it is next to bulkhead and is secured with thre 13 mm spanner sized bolts b4 you disconnect starter cables DISCONNECT THE BATTERY EARTH LEAD !! IF YOU TELL EXACTLY WHAT IS HAPPENING ? WHEN YOU SAY WO'NT START? we may be able to help with diagnosis b4 you tackle starter ?
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery..
Under the front end - find the starter near where the trani connects to the motor and the really big gear (flywheel) is..
Undo 2 bolts to remove the starter.. take the wires off and be sure to put the wires on the starter the same way..
Connect the wires to the new starter and put the starter in with the to bolts.. The starter will only go in one way so you cant mess up how it goes in..
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION STARTER MOTOR Removal & Installation (2.0L)
CAUTION:When battery is disconnected, vehicle computer and memory systems may lose memory data. Driveability problems may exist until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. See COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION before disconnecting battery. Before testing starter, ensure transmission is in Park or Neutral.
Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner. Remove upper starter mounting bolts. Raise and support vehicle. Disconnect starter solenoid wire connections. Remove starter motor lower mounting bolt. Remove starter motor. To install, reverse removal procedure. Ensure negative battery cable is installed with starter mounting bolt. Tighten bolts to specification. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS table.
Removal & Installation (2.5L)
Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove air cleaner and air cleaner bracket. Disconnect starter solenoid wire connections. Remove starter support bracket. On manual transmission equipped models, remove shift cable bracket and disconnect cable. On all models, remove fuel supply line from support bracket. Remove starter bolts. Remove starter. To install, reverse removal procedure. Tighten bolts to specification.
If necessary for access to the starter, disconnect the exhaust crossover pipe from the manifolds.
Unfasten the two starter mounting bolts/screws and carefully lower the starter motor.
Fig. 2: Use a ratchet and socket extension to loosen ...Fig. 3: ... then remove the starter mounting bolts
Making sure the note their positions, detach the electrical leads from the starter motor.
Fig. 4: Loosen the retainers, then remove the wiring from the starter
Remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
Fig. 5: Carefully lower the starter motor from the vehicleTo install: Before
attaching the electrical connectors, tighten the inner nuts on the
solenoid terminals. If the nuts are not tight, the solenoid cap could
be damaged during installation of the leads. Tighten the inner nut of
the "BAT" terminal to 80 inch lbs. (9 Nm).
the electrical leads to the starter motor assembly. Tighten the
solenoid switch "BAT" terminal outer nut to 80 inch lbs. (9 Nm) and the
"S" terminal nut to 22 inch lbs. (2.5 Nm).
Position the starter motor to the engine and install the retaining bolts/screws. Tighten to 35 ft. lbs. (47 Nm).
Measure the starter pinion-to-flywheel clearance and add shims, if necessary.
If removed, connect the exhaust crossover pipe to the manifolds.
Carefully lower the vehicle, then connect the negative battery cable. Tighten the cable to 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).