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Starter location on a 1999 suzuki vitara


posted 100 times
answered the same,
on the right. on G16, J18/ J20 , H20,h25 h27 engines.
and 1000s answered here, ++++
remove battery neg lug. (or boom eat acid)
remove all wires on starter solenoid.
unbolt the 2 bolts holding it in (at its base)
it falls out.
if you post what engine is there (they come with 3 sizes)
we can show short cuts. ill post the G16 short cut now.

The FSM book will not cover this , it just says, remove starter
because all mech , know how to remove starters. is not covered in the factor service manual. (gee look at it, is it not obvious what it needs? )

http://www.fixkick.com/belts.html#starter

here is the G16 tricks of trade.
the G16B MPI engine (not the A) has manifold brace under the intake manifold, that is in the way, but what engine you have.
Ive not a clue. so cant wax smarter.....

Apr 28, 2015 | 1999 Suzuki Vitara

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How to wire a starter on a j10 jeep 360 with sionoid on fire wall


no year? wow.
is this some relic Bendix stater? show a photo....
grow your own cranking....?
battery disconnected
battery + to solenoid, on input. lug (fire wall)
starter key line to solenoid tiny lug.
big SOL output lug to start plus lug.
battery ground to engine block or starter mount lug.
battery connected. (Minus lug last)

turn key
using the correct gauge wire...

Apr 15, 2015 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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How to test syarter motor using battery only outside of vehicle


our school in 1964 this was covered. Old school.
we now just hot wire it on car, and bam the answer ,ask.?

first is torque reaction, get the starter held down or it will want to walk away, and ? danger can happen. (picture shorting battery and acid flying to eyes)

1: starter held FAST.

2 then connect jumper cable Plus RED to out side large, solenoid lug. and battery , +
3 connect jumper cable black to battery neg lug.then other end to starter casing (mount)
4: jumper the outside lug to the dinky lug, the solenod engages
the pinon flies out and the starter pinion spins fast.
when done remove battery minus lug first.
end.
in the olden days, we fixed bad starters.
and this test , finished that job.
new brushes, and or solenoid and bam.
i just did this on a 68 bug last week.

Jun 27, 2014 | 1994 Geo Metro

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The car wont start. I know its either the starter or just the cyllinoid to the starter. Im trying to take off the starter but I cant seem to locate the bolts. How do I take the starter off?


  1. why do that ?, why not post the symptoms and ask for help.?
i suspect you meant the engine will not crank. ????????????
no engine starts unless, cranked or push started (my stick car starts 3ways, starter cranked, push started or gravity(hill) started.
my guess is this Esteem is A/T tranny. and only 1 way.
And will not crank. here are the steps and logic.

  1. all fuses good, battery lugs cleaned.
  2. jumper cables, on your battery to other car, running.
  3. it crankes and runs , your battery is dead or only discharged.
  4. so you find it dont crank jumper cable started.
  5. the means its 1 of 2 things, bad starter or bad key LINE>
  6. so you then , hot wire the solenoid, on side of starter , it has 2 big lugs and 1 tiny lug, keys in pocket you jumper the tiny lug to big outside lug, (battery lug +)
  7. you find out the started cranks now. wow it works. i saved you 4 hours labor and trips to store and all that bull. THE KEY LIKE IS DEAD.!
  8. if it dont crank now the starter is bad (with charged battery)
  9. ok it cranks hot wired, it wont start cuz key in pocket for safety.
  10. you then do these tricks see here.
  11. http://www.fixkick.com/nocrank.html#tricks
  12. see the other tests there, and the hot wire too. and lots more.
  13. there is no need to guess, if you have a voltmeter, 100 points.
  14. The rested battery voltage should be 12.6vdc if not its discharged. so charge it.

Feb 25, 2014 | 1998 Suzuki Esteem

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1993 Toyota Camry - No electricity reaches the starter when I turn the ignition key on.


A/T or M/T ?????? Auto or STICK>? shift.????????
for sure , all elect, problems always check all fuses first in both boxes. (endless posts that.)
and endless 2, clean the battery lugs and check battery voltage
12.6vdc rested is a good battery.

it can be many things not just those.
do you want to guess, or tests... ill skip the former.
NO CRANK, is the problem.

1: so does Jumper cable starters work<
yes, battery is bad or discharged, (bad battery or charge system failure)
no, the jumper test failed,
so what to do next, (i use meters)
but
A: I hot wire the solenoid, big lug to dinky lug. all keys in pocket....!@!!!
it cranks great
that means the starter is good, and the key line is dead.
it dont crank, bad starter. (or seized engine?) hand turn engine, ok, its ok.
ok the key line is bad.
so why is it, until you tell what transmission in car ?????
1: M/T clutch switch bad/
2: A/T the PRNDL switch is bad.

see tricks at end, the magic.
http://www.fixkick.com/nocrank.html
my posts assume
1: no aftermarket hacks to the starting systems (no remote start bs)
2: no aftermarket alarms. hacked in. removed many .....
3: other hacks gone wild , even audio installers with out a clue.

Jan 16, 2014 | 1993 Toyota Camry

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Need a diagram for a 1.6 motor for a 93 geo tracker for the starter and alternator


old post
is this an electrical question?
the starter has 3 wires.
the ground wire goes to the starter mount bolt.
the hot wire Plus got the big , starter solenoid lug.
the small push on conn, only goes 1 places, the solenoid.
ALT
the lat has 2 connections.
the big lug ring lug, to the starter big stud
then just plug in the rear connnector
that be it.
from the schematic view and way is here.

http://www.fixkick.com/power-elect/95%20electrics/95powersistra1.pdf

Nov 18, 2013 | 1996 Geo Tracker 2 Door

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WHAT KIND OF TOOL DO I NEED TO REPLACE LUG NUTS ON A 2006 AUDI A6


most buy a four way lug wrench. find them at local auto store. tell them what you have and they should be able to help you out.

Aug 13, 2012 | 2008 Audi A6

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I just changed my ford laser car 1988 model starter motor


plug the lug wire (Bullet connector into the starter (Bullet connector) from relay and you should be set. the square thing is the starter relay and wehn you turn the key to start mode it powers the relay that then starts the motor. this is a safety feature so the starter don't get stuck trying to start the car all the time. If you need help post to this replay and if helpful please rate this answer.

Sep 15, 2009 | 2006 Ford Laser

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2002 Toyota Corolla starter change out


Disconnect the battery.

Remove the lower plastic covers to aid in access.

Remove the battery cable lug from the starter and the signal wire.

Remove the two 14mm bolts holding the starter on and lower out the bottom.

*sometimes it helps the clearance to remove the oil filter.

Sep 14, 2009 | 2002 Toyota Corolla

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STARTER SOLINOID 90 F 150


Cupwalker
There should be 2 wires going to the starter/solenoid. One should be a big heavy duty type battery type
wire and the other should be a smaller wire. The large wire goes to the larger of the two lugs. This lug will have a large nut maybe 7/16 size. The smaller wire goes on the smaller lug.
Be sure the ground terminal of the battery is disconnected before you do any connecting
wires.

Hope this helps Good luck Loringh PS Please give me a rating if appropriate Thks

Nov 15, 2008 | 1990 Ford F150

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