Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora
First, Drive your cars frontend up and on a good set of car ramps, which is the safest and easiest way for a back yard mechanic to gain more working room on underside of vehicle. Next, disconnect your positive battery cable because it goes directly to your starter located under the vehicle. You don't want sparks flying while removing it! Now, if you can easily get at the two electrical connections on the end of your starter while it is still bolted in, do so and disconnect them, If you can't get at them you'll have to remove the two long bolts that holds your starter in place first, then you'll be able to drop the starter down to get at those connections and remove. CAUTION: Starter is pretty hefty so be prepared! DO complete re-install in reverse of course and you should be good to go! Hope this also helps: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsShelf.jsp?displayName=Starter¤tPage=1&categoryDisplayName=External+Engine&navValue=15300045&itemId=prod61198&parentId=cat30063
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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