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How do you remove a starter from a 1996 Ford Explorer v6

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Unhook the battery

remove the two or three bolts holding the starter on. pay attention to lengths of the bolts so they are put back in the same holes

take the wires off the old starter one at a time and attach them to the new starter (so you are sure which connector they go on)

bolt on the new starter.

hook up the battery and you are done.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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first remove your negative battery cable
remove your serpentine belt by taking a 1/2in. drive ratchet to your belt tensioner.
then remove the three bolts holding your alternator in place
then unplug the wires connected to it, and you are ready to install the new one

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If your going to be removing all of this I recommend you get the Haynes repair manual on the vehicle so you have the illustrations and directions for dis-assembly and assembly of the starter. The starter should be located on the bottom right of the engine where the Transmission attaches.

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The fuel pressure with key on is : 35 - 45psi
Fuel pressure with engine running : 30 - 40psi

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