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If no access to an air gun, then do it old style: take the starter out and wedge a large screwdriver or pry bar against a tooth of the flywheel- two people may be needed for this. One can hold the flywheel tight, while the other attacks the crank pulley bolt. Or you could wedge a piece of wood in the starter mounting hole, tight against the flywheel. A stick of split firewood has the right angles- after a couple of attempts, the wood will wedge itself good and tight, keeping the crankshaft from turning. You really need a 1/2 inch breaker bar and socket for that bolt. It is torqued down to about 160-200 ft. lbs.

Apr 07, 2014 | 2000 Nissan Maxima

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Okay first remove the neg batt terminal, now at starter remove wiring from rear of starter or wait until starter is loose if more room is needed there are two bolts holding it, remove both bolts and starter comes out, heres a few pictures to help you. i hope this is helpful.fddd88d.jpg8c0b098.jpg

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How d you replace the starter on a 2005 Scion xb?

There should be two or three bolts holding it in have a good look and feel around the starter to see if there are more bolts.

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Grinding starter on my 1988 Ford Bronco II

the sound you hear is the starter grinding against broken teeth on the flywheel, for that to be repaired the flywheel on the vehicle will need to be replaced.


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Cant gat last bolt 2 come out of starter.

Try pulling on the bolt while moving the starter, sounds like it got jammed.

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Starter keeps grinding when the key is out, have to take battery cable off the shot it off if not it has burned the started

If the starter isn't disengaging then check for a bad solenoid. or improper starter alignment from loose bolts or missing shims. Most likely the mounting bolts are loose.

Feb 05, 2009 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Am

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My car starts ok but a bad banging noise happens ,it is automatic,could it be something to do with the weather,it has antifreeze in help

hi thanks for update if as you say this just happened as you turned key to start? if you say noise is heavy banging and possibly around the rear/of engine adjoining the g/box? this sounds like the adaptor plate that is fixed/secured to crank flywheel and has the torque convertor bolted to it? these plates sometimes crack or the bolts securing t/convertor come loose and causes banging due to movement with the same sudden starting as your symptoms however if you wish to diy check? disconnect earth lead on battery then remove starter motor after disconnection of leads then you should see through starter mountinghole the flywheel? and a series of bolts/heads if you turn engine clockwise by hand use a socket+bar to check these bolts for secure? should have 6 or more?? around the circumference ? if loose? retighten? but if sheared then box has to come out for further investigationas to damage? sorry but let's not think negative waves eh? will keep fingers crossed for good luck ?

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Why does my starter bolt keep coming loose

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

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