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There are only 2 bolts that bolt the Starter to the transmission housing, first you want to brake lose the cable to the starter and the wire to the selonoid and remove, then losen the 2 bolt holding the Starter tranny housing and install is reverse removal.
of all turn off the car and
disconnect the battery. Then lift the car with a jack . 2)Then place jack stands under the frame of the car. The rear
wheels in the car should be blocked so the car do not roll or move backwards. 3)Then
locate the starter in the car. The starter is located
on the driver's side just below the intake manifold and near the firewall. 4) To remove the
starter out you will first have to remove the transmission dip stick,as it will block the starter from coming out. 5)To remove the starter out you will
have to loosen the bolts holding it. You will see 2 bolts.one in top and other
in bottom. Loosen top bolt on the starter with a 14-mm wrench and loosen bottom
bolt with a 17-mm wrench. 6)Then carefully remove the starter from transmission bell
housing. 7) Then carefully remove the wire that goes to the ignition
switch. The wire will easily slide off. You
will have to use a 9-mm wrench to remove the nut that holds on the starter solenoid
The old starter is out now.Put the
new starter in the car by installing it the same way the old starter was
removed. this will help.Good luck.
Underneath vehicle, right side (depending on engine). You'll need a suitable jack with jack stands, 8mm wrench to disconnect negative battery cable, 13mm wrench and/or socket with ratchet to remove main wires to starter, 7mm wrench to remove remote wire on starter, and a 15mm socket with ratchet and 6inch extension to remove starter-to-engine bolts (2). Good luck.
you need a socket set probley a 1/2 " combination wrench 5/16s combination wrench for the wires a 9/16s combo wrench for the battery to starter wire. and a flex adapter between exstention and the 1\2 short socket to remove the 2 starter bolts. ratchet of course.
Disconnect car battery. Remove cover from air intake. Remove Filter. Remove Filter intake housing (3 inner bolts) and large hose at the furthest screw collar. (This is important as you will need to reach the bolts to the starter by reaching from the top down via that location) Remove the starter/ acceleration cable (1 bolt at the end of the cable, 2 bolts at the guide point screwed intot the engine block) THE STARTER IS LOCTED AT THE BACK OF THE ENGINE WITH ONLY 2 BOLTS HOLDING IT IN PLACE Remove the 2 bolts about half way with a socket wrench, remove the bolt sthe remining way with hand or open end wrench. (This is necessary especially on the lower bolt as there is liited work space.) Take hold of the the starter using a partially blind reach and patially pull it out slightly turning it around so you can see the connectors. Remove connectors........Remove clip, the the bolt that holds the positive cable. You can now fully remove the starter. Take it 2 the local auto parts to have it tested. Have them test it 4 to 5 "bumps" as when mine was initially tested it worked fine but after 2 to 3 more attempts it froze and would operate. To reinstall reverse procedure Take care
no special tools needed use a 1/2 inch or a 9/16 wrench for bolts but rule # 1 before you work on any electrical parts on your truck is to disconnect the negative terminal on the battery then take the starter off you 2 blots holding the starter to the engine take them off they maybe a little tight you my have use a little muscle once you take them out pull out the starter then you have to unscrew the cables use the same procedure to install I hope this information is of use GOOD LUCK
you need a special tool , a fan nut tool , it's like a 1-1/2 " ,actualy
a little smaller , i use a 1-1/2" wrench and smack it with a rubber
mallet , but there is a tool for it , i think checkers auto has a loan
-a-tool program , but to buy it is expensive , it is normal threaded
- counter clockwise is off . a special tool holds the 4 bolts on the
pulley and the other part of the tool fits on the big nut . sorry i
can't fix ya , cuz who has a 1-1/2" wrench or the special wrench in
there home arsinal .
I would call auto zone or napa and find out what size socket you need and put the socket on an extension and to reinstall the top bolt you may have to use electrical tape to tape the bolt into the socket I had the same problem with an expedition