Question about Nissan Maxima
Chb725: If you go to mybunkey solutions and see the heading " "Starter, battery and alternator ok", you will find that I have given instructions for the removal and installation of a starter for a 1995 Nissan Maxima, in great detail.
The instructions include the tools needed, proceedures in a sequence more detailed (which you will not find in any book) and precautions to be taken during the removal and installation of the starter.
I hope this will provide the answer you are looking for. If not, I will await a more detailed request from you.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's not bad at all. Ijust replace my starter on my F150. Here's the steps.
1. Jack up your car and please use jack stands. Don't rely on your jack when you are under the car.
2. disconnect the ground terminal of the battery.
3. get under the car and disconnect the terminals on the starter. There should be 2. one is a large cable that comes directly from the battery and the 2nd is a smaller wire that comes from the ignition key.
4.Loosen the bottom bolt first and remove.
5. Loosen and remove the top bolt. It helps if you have a helper that holds the heavy starter as you remove the top bolt. You can do it your self, just be careful.
6. Remove the starter. I assume that the new starter also has a new solenoid already attached to the new starter.
7. Installation is the reverse. Start the top bolt first. this is a little tricky because the starter is heavy.
8. There's not a lot of room on most cars. Be patient and don't hurry.
Hope this helps. Good luck Loringh PS Please give me a rating
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: 2005 Escape starter replacement
take the negative side off the battery put the car on ramps secure the rear end so it does not roll and if you need a diagram for removing and installing the starter try autozone
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
The starter has one large cable from the battery positive, and a wire that goes to the solenoid (Part of the starter) that becomes hot when the key ignition is turned to start. This also passes through the neutral safety switch. (So it wont start in gear) Not sure if this is what you need, a little vague.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
SOURCE: starter replacement
Remove the negative battery terminal,from the battery,jack the left front of the car up,and use jack stands to secure the load of the car.Remove the nut off the solenoid(on the starter)that has the large positive battery cable attached to it,There will be some smaller wires on it also,remove them.Then remove the small nut on the starter,and the wire.Purple,I believe.The rear of the starter will have a support bracket on it,remove it,three,to for bolts,and nuts,remove completley.Remove the plastic cover over the head of the starter.Two,to three blots,10 mm heads.One may be hard to reach,you can leave it,and push cover out of the way to access the main starter mounting bolts.Remove the starter bolts,two of them.The starter may have a starter shim between the starter and the block,be sure to put this exact starter shim back in,with the new starter,or it will not start correctly,and can damage the flywheel teeth.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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