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When he goes to the auto parts store he will purchase a rebuilt starter that will come with instructions. Once he has swapped the new for the old, he will return the old to the auto parts store as part of the deal. Joe
The temp sending sensor is located under thermostat housing assy.
you will need to detatch upper radiator hose detatch 3 thermostat housing bolts to remove the housing just enough to remove the clip holding the sensor . detatch elect. connector.
: don't misplace thermostat housing seal inside housing.
very easy job !
first check battery voltage. should be 12 volts or a little over. IF the battery is low then charge battery and then load test battery. If you remove you battery and take it to local parts store most will check for you. if battery load test good but was low on voltage then I would check to see that alternator is charging while engine is running. should be charging aprox 13.9 volts. if battery had full voltage and load tested good then most likely the starter is bad.
if it seems to be turning over slower than you remember, when it was easy to start . the bushings in the starter are probably worn allowing the armature to make contact with the field coils in the starter case. this then causes a severe amperage draw on the battery,which in turn drops the voltage to computer and ignition circuit below 12 volts while cranking