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How do i replace the starter motor in a '94 nissan pulsar manual?

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Recently leased n14 nissan pulsar all good for four days then starter motor began to stick. Have started car by tapping above mentioned starter motor on a few occassions but more often than not need to...

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Were is the starter motor in a nissan pulsarq 1988 hatch

On most Nissans, the starter-motor is located on the right side of the engine when your standing looking into the engine bay from the front of the car, it should be a fairly large cylindrically shaped object, 5-6 inches in diameter, about the same color as the engine block, and has a smaller (2 inch approx) cylindric object attached to it, this is the solenoid, which engages the motor.

If you are sure this is the problem, removal is quite easy, usually 2-4 hex bolts holding it in place, to test it, connect the car's own battery to the terminals on the solenoid and motor, and if it doesn't turn, it's shot. Repair is fairly inexpensive, but replacement might be. Good luck!

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Where can i find the starter motor on my n14 pulsar

you will find it on the side of the motor where it meets the transmission... it can be located on either side of the motor

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you have to keep in mind that the starter is exposed to extreme heat and after that many miles it's natural for the parts to fail. considering that the vehicle has 200,000km this is not a sign of poor design of parts but just a typical symptom of longevity. just get it replaced as well as the battery and you should be fine.......please rate this

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