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Can I get to the starter selinoid without taking everything apart

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Year & model of car?
starter usually has to come out.
disconnect negative battery
terminal

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SOURCE: The selinoid on my truck is gone again I had the

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SOLENOID REPLACEMENT

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the screw and washer from the field strap terminal.
  3. Remove the two solenoid-to-housing retaining screws and the motor terminal bolt.
  4. Remove the solenoid by twisting the unit 90 degrees.
  5. To replace the solenoid, reverse the above procedure. Make sure the return spring is on the plunger, and rotate the solenoid unit into place on the starter.

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

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