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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just changed a starter in a 94 S10 4x4. The only way to remove the starter was to take the passenger side exhaust manifold off and bring the starter out that way. Installation the same in reverse. Hope this helps. Don
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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the starter is underneith the car read below.
Locate the negative battery cable on the negative battery terminal. Remove the retaining bolt with a wrench, then remove the cable from the battery. Isolate the cable from the battery so it cannot fall back against the battery.
Raise the front of your toyata with a jack and position a set of jack stands under the front suspension. Lower the Toyota onto the stands, then remove the jack. Slide under the passenger's side of the Toyota and locate the starter motor near the rear of the engine.
Locate the wiring harness plug on the starter solenoid and pull it straight out. Find the larger connection next to it and remove the retaining nut from the stud with a wrench. Pull the cable loose and push it aside.
Remove the two mounting bolts from the front of the starter motor with a socket and ratchet. Lower the starter from the engine compartment. Raise a new starter into the engine compartment and install the two mounting bolts from the transmission side of the bell housing. Tighten both bolts to 29 pound-feet with a torque wrench and socket.
Plug in the wiring harness connection to the connector on the starter motor. Push the two connector halves together until they lock. Install the larger cable on the "B" terminal followed by the retaining nut and tighten it with a wrench.
Raise the front of the Toyota off the jack stands with a jack. Remove the stands from under the Toyota and carefully lower the Toyota to the ground. Remove the jack.
Connect the negative battery cable to the negative post on the battery, then tighten the retaining bolt with a wrench. Close the hood and test the repair by starting the engine.
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