Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
First disconnect the positive terminal to the battery, jack up the vehicle and use Jack stands as well as chock the rear wheel for safety reasons... second you'll need a few tools disconnect the positive terminal to the starter as well as the ground can reach it at this point if not wait until you remove the bolts that hold the starter in place as well as the bracket that may also still be on the vehicle starter. Once the starters off the vehicle reinstall the new starter as well as the ground cable and positive cable ensure your bolts are tight but don't overdo it its only cast ... reattach the bracket if applicable , reattach the negative terminal to the battery then positive terminal remove Jack stands an attempt to start vehicle to ensure proper position of the starter if shim's are needed you dill know it by the sound of the starting of the vehicle at which point you will have to lift the car again and loosen the bolts and shim as required until any noise or misalignment disappears ...you are then done ..
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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