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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll need to block the rear tires and jack the car front end up on a hard surface and set it on jack stands. Then you get to crawl under the vehicle.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: Location Of Starter relay switch
sometimes its the simple things. On the foot pedal for the clutch are rubber grommets that push the switch in on the manual trans. they get old and fall off or develop holes in them so the switch does not get depressed.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: car starter went out
I could not find any guide for removing the starter from a 1.6L 1999 Nissan Sentra, Incl. Haynes and Chiltons. Remove the air box top, filter, MAF and duct. Remove the three screw/bolts from the bottom of the air box, and set the box aside. Disconnect the battery terminals and follow the negative cable to the bolt thru the bellhousing and into the starter. You just found the starter. Remove the bolt from the starter but leave it in the hole through the bell housing. Just to the right is an electrical connector, disconnect it from this side. It is the control line to the starter soleniod, which is mounted to the starter. Lift the car and put jack stands under the front on both sides (Remember to set the parking brake and chock the wheels). Remove the passenger side front tire and plastic shield allowing you to see along the back of the engine to the tranny. Loosen the support bar from the intake manifold to the frame below/behind the oil filter. You will now be able to get a socket with extension to the starter bolt. You can now see the starter and solenoid. Remove the positive battery cable from the solenoid stud. Remove the remaining bolt holding the starter in place. By wiggling the starter it can be removed without removing the oil filter, although that might make it easier.
You can not remove this starter from above, you must raise the car and work from below. I removed the battery from the car while working under the hood, it only took about a minute and gave me alot more space.
I did check the starter before disconnecting the battery by shorting accross the starter solenoid. If the starter had turned over the engine I would not have continued to remove it.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
itson top of the transmission, right under the battery tray. you need to remove the battery and the tray to see it./ replaced it.
Posted on Sep 18, 2012
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