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91 stanza starter motor location...??

Ive checked chiltons and haynes; both describe how to uninstall & test the starter motor + solenoid, but neither actually describe where it is located on the vehicle. I appreciate any help.

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    thanks thundergod & CAsierramike, I will check it out :)

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All starters turn the flywheel on the engine. As such, if you look around the perimeter of the bellhousing where the transmission bolts to the back of the engine you will find the starter. To do an in-car test, check the main power lead with a volt meter with the key off, then on, then check the small (trigger) wire for voltage with the key turned to the start position. This will verify that your starter is getting 12v it needs to operate. Last test is to put the volt meter across both terminals of the battery. It should read 12v or better. then turn the key to start. If volts drop to less than 9.5v the starter is bad. (or if both starter volt tests show good and starter does nothing it is also bad)

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Its bolted up to the flywheel on the side or back of the motor.

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