Question about 1993 Nissan King Cab
I have a 93 Nissan pu, 4cyl, AT, 2wd, 188K miles. Starter shot and need to replace. Jacked up truck and looking at the layout, there is no way of removing the starter without removing other components in the engine compartment.
I would like to know what Nissan recommends as a "standard" method to remove or if other's trial and tribulations with this task.
According to the online manual at AutoZone, you need to remove the right front wheel, the front gravel shield, the exhaust manifold heat insulator, the exhaust manifold, and detach the oil pressure switch connector. The picture shows lifting the starter out from the top once it is unbolted.
I've changed the starter on a '95 with a 4 cylinder engine, and the top bolt was a bugger to get to, requiring two extensions and a universal on my ratchet set. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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