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I have a 1992 nissan pathfinder 3.0 v6 4x4 and the starter went out on it and ive tryed just undoing the bolts but one is very difacult to get to how would i get to is and would it be better to take it in and get it changed out?

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Hello there I have the exact same problem. Here is what I read on another webpage... it seems correct to me after looking at my Pathy last night and being puzzled.

disconnect neg. battery terminal, remove wires from starter solenoid( starter located on rh side of engine as you are sitting in the driver seat, solenoid is smaller cylindrical metal and attached to starter.) remove starter mounting bolts 2-( 1 top and 1 bottom) Too bad it's not that easy. You have to then drain the oil to take off the oil filter, take off the exhaust manifold heat shield, and take out the oil pressure switch. Then, you can take out the starter by the passenger side engine mount. An alternate way of doing this would be to take it straight out after remove the bolt holding the engine wire chasis and stabilizer bar. This may take less patience, but it is more work so I wouldn't recommend it.

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