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I can't seem to locate the starter for a 1994 Ford Probe SE (Manual Transmission). I've looked around the area where some sites have stated. Towards back on drivers side. And i can't seem to see anything close to the new one i got to replace my old one. Is it under the air filter area (i have no stock air filter box- i have an K&N cone mod kit installed) or on the backside of the motor casing near the accelerator switch thing-a-ma-jig? If anyone can either direct this blind man to it personallly or if possibly take a snapshot of where yours is in your probe or the general area where it would be would be great. cause good thing i live on a hill, getting to work is fine, getting a push from anyone at night coming home is kind of rare. -luke

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    Luke Kim Feb 13, 2009

    Actually i can close this off. I had gone and bought the factory manual for my car. And according to it, i found it. And according to anyone else's suggestions of where to look for it were regretfully very unhelpful. And to all that thinks or says that it is near the back wall is close but still not helpful. And to those who say its under or around the air cleaner is all wrong. But you do have to remove the air filter and any other hinderings in that area. Just to get to a couple of bolts so you can unbolt the starter and to remove the attached wires.

    But to anyone with a 1994 Ford Probe SE or base model, you can find the starter way up right next to the oil filter. And if anyone has changed their own oil knows that its a bi-|-ch to get to. Let alone trying to replace anything on your own without a way to lift the car up off the ground.


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