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Why is top starter bolt on a 2004 endeavour so hard to reach and remove. Will not buy any more Mitsubishi cars -- just to hard to work on...

How to remove bolt -- socket does not fit as the starter base is in the way. I will cut off the base with a hack saw tomorrow seems to be the only way to remove it.

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Have you tried “lochtite strong hold” thread sealer and allowed 8 hours to setup?

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Well before you wind up dropping the trans,lol, check the front side of the trans in front of the starter. There's usually a bolt or or nut on a stud. There's only 3 bolts or 2 bolt & that stud holding it in. Check autozone's site for a diagram or buy a Hayne's manual from any parts store.

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tap it a few timnes with a hammer.....it should loosen up then u decide .................. gl

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if all lugs are off and wheels of ground (jack up)
clean hub surface and apply pen oil to hub
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while turning wheel it should come free corrosion build up is common
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be persistent

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you will probably need a socket and extension that will allow you to get in there and turn the bolt

Posted on Jul 27, 2011

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Remove a starter


  • Remove the negative and positive lead on the battery.
  • Locate the starter under the vehicle. The starter will be located to the right of the motor on the bottom. Access the bolts comfortably from underneath the truck.
  • Remove the bottom bolt with a socket wrench. The ground cable will be attached. Save the bolt for reinstalling the starter.
  • Unbolt the positive cable on top of the starter. Use a socket wrench to remove the bolt.
  • Unbolt the top of the starter with a socket wrench. The starter will be loose.
  • Pull the starter straight out. Use both hands to pull out and forward as the starter is heavy. Pull forward and lower to the ground.
Installing the Starter
  • Position the new starter in place. Match up the starter to the designated bolt holes on the mounts.
  • Start the top bolt. Turn the bolt clockwise but do not tighten the starter down.
  • Start the bottom bolt. Ensure the negative cable is run through the bolt before starting. Do not tighten the bolt.
  • Tighten the top bolt with the socket wrench. Tighten it snug. Repeat the same for the bottom bolt. Ensure both bolts are tight.
  • Tighten the positive cable to the starter. Ensure the cable is snug to the fitting.
  • Connect the terminals to the battery. Ensure the vehicle cranks. The starter will engage without hesitation if done correctly.


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The bolts, etc, on the muffler has ceased up, i can not get it off no matter how hard i have tried, i have used the "spray", and general tools


You need an air compressor & air impact gun
& impact sockets, to work on exhaust

If your replacing everything after the converter,
just cut it off

There you need an air cut off tool or hack saw

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One big bolt on bottom in lower control arm

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If you have no shock socket for the top
or it is rusted on -- cut the nut thru with an
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How to remove a starter from a 2003 expidition


Thank you for using Fixya.
Heres's the procedure on how to remove and install starter for your 03 Expedition. First remove the battery cables from the battery. Remove the electrical connections to the starter and label for replacement. There are 3 bolts - 13mm. The bottom bolt is also the ground terminal, therefore you will need a deep socket for that bolt. The other two are accessable ideally with about a 7" extension to your socket wrench. The top bolt is on the top of the starter and you could fit your hand up there to feel it and place the socket. The 3rd bolt is between the bottom and top bolts. Remove the 3 bolts and the starter falls right out.

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How to replace a starter for a 1997 honda passport


Easier done than said! Don't be intimidated by the complexity of this job. You can save hundreds of dollars by doing this simple task in you driveway or garage. This is one of the easier replacements that I have done on a 4WD but there needs to be a little preparation. Exhaust pipe doesn't need to be removed for the 2WD model.
Tools required:
For the removal of the exhaust pipe form the exhaust manifold
17 mm deep well Impact socket
½ in drive 12 in extension for socket and ratchet
½ in drive breaker bad/ratchet w/12 in extension
½ in drive swivel for the socket
For the removal of the exhaust pipe a the flange
Reciprocating saw w/metal cutting blade
For the removal of the starter
Assorted sockets and wrenches for other bolts and nuts
Floor jack and 2 jack stands
Parts needed:
Exhaust Manifold-to-pipe crushable gasket
High Temp caulking for the exhaust pipe flange gasket.
Starter
2 Bolts, nuts and washers for the exhaust pipe flange
Procedure:
Jack the front of the vehicles and place on the jack stands. Take the battery terminal off. Get up under the vehicles and spray WD-40 on the 3 nuts that hold the exhaust pipe on the exhaust manifold and on the 02 sensor that is just below them. Let this sit overnight for breaking purposes. Next day, remove the 02 sensor and using the 17 mm deep well socket, 12 in extension and breaker bar, remove the 3 nuts that were sprayed the night before. This should take about 3 minutes and a little "elbow grease". There is no need in removing the second 02 sensor but it does need to be unplugged at the connector just above it. Next locate the flange about 4 feet aft of the loosened manifold and using the Reciprocating saw, cut the welded on nuts from the back of the flange that is holding the bolts on. Retain the metal gasket for reuse. This should take about 5 minutes. The loose pipe should be free to move a limited space but it will be enough to get the starter out of the hole that it is in. Remove the aluminum shield from below the area where the starter is and remove the 2 bolts holding the starter on. Drop it down where you can remove the cable and small plastic connector next to it. The starter should come out of the confined space that it is in. You will simply go back in reverse order to replace the starter. Ensure that a new gasket is used with the exhaust manifold and 2 good beads of High Temp caulking is used on the rear flange gasket.
I suspect that the different models have varying degrees of difficulty. On 1998 Amigo 2.2, the bottom bolt can only be accessed by somebody with very small hands and the top bolt appears to be inaccessible. Answer #2 (massive pain) does apply to some models.

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2007 Honda Odyssey with rounded off oil plug. I cannot get it out. Any siggestions?


Several ways, some more drastic, but cheaper. Spend the money on a "Gator" socket, it's the socket with lot's of sliding metal rods in it. If that dont work, use a dremmel with a metal cutting/grinding wheel on it (or a hack saw blade - takes longer, but cheapest route) and cut a line directly down the middle of the bolt. Make the cut wide enough to fit a flat tipped screw driver. Just be very careful not to cut the oil pan, the pan will cut ALOT easier than the bolt, so be careful.

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Cannot access two upper bolts to 1995lincoln towncar.


JERRY
My solution was different, i solved the problem myself, all by myself. I decided that since no answer worth looking at was forthcoming, I would do what I always do, find the solution. I decided that I would determine exactly where the bolts were, so I went and looked at a starter at a parts store. Then, seeing that the top bolt was 180 degrees from the other, I knew exactly where to feel in order to discover the location while under the car. I then decided that I needed to find tools that would allow me to just exceed the length of the starter, as there is a frame brace and a motor mount as well immediately in front of the flat end of the starter. I explored the top of the starter with my left hand and was able to feel the head of the bolt, (a 10mm bolt, by the way! as are the other two) I selected a 10mm deep well socket on a 3/8ths drive, and short extensions that, coupled to a small ratchet that dropped just below the bottom of the starter, allowed the socket to
extend far enough to engage the top bolt heads and short enough to allow movement without conflicting with the frame brace.

I kept my left hand in place and operated the ratchet with my right hand until I was able to remove the two top bolts.

Re installing the starter was a new problem, however. There is a retaining bracket bolted to the side of the block that holds the two transmission oil lines in place that is located between the block and the starter. That bracket impedes the placement of the starter when installation is attempted. The rear of the starter will not fit in the space allowed without the removal of that bolt and subsequent sliding of the bracket out of the way to allow room for the starter to slide forward far enough for the nose of the starter to fit back into the flywheel connection hole.Once the starter is installed, there is no problem putting that bolt and bracket back in place.

There is a difficulty that will be encountered when one attempts to place the top bolt back in the hole, however. Without some method of holding the bolt in the socket, the bolt will continuously fall out of the socket before it can be placed in the hole. There is not enough room to hold the bolt and place it in the hole with one's fingers. I solved that probem by covering the head of the bolt with a thick rubbery adhesive that was removed from the edge of a windshield and inserting it into the socket. That allowed the bolt and socket to act as a single unit, allowing me to put the bolt in the hole by keeping my left hand's little finger near the hold to guide the bolt into the hole I do not think I could have placed that bolt in the hole without the use of the adhesive.
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yes they are very difficult to get to.
its just the top one and some mechanics leave them out after starter replacement.
it sounds bad but true.
i use either a stubby 10 mm wrench and a prybar to break it loose,
or a 3/8 ratchet and a wobble extenion and socket. it has to be the perfect length using different extensions to reach and still fit with the ratchet handle at the back of the starter.
sorry but it can be done.....
no stubby wrench, cut one

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