Question about 1995 Nissan Pickup
That shouldn't be necessary.
- Disconnect the negative battery terminal first (always), then the positive.
- Follow the positive lead to either the solenoid or the starter with solenoid; if the solenoid is not mounted on th starter, follow the cable leaving the solenoid to find the starter.
- The starter should have sufficient clearance and is mounted at the junction of the transmission's bell housing and the engine block.
- Disconnect the incoming cable from battery or solenoid.
They normally have only 2 or 3 bolts to remove and will then pull right out.
I recommend to anyone that they should have an aftermarket service manual if they intend to do any work on their vehicles and I like Haynes over Chilton. They recently dropped their prices $5 US to $20 and this is a real bargain if you get stuck:
1995 Nissan pickups
You might check your local library, they may have a donated copy to loan or eBay where you might also save a few dollars.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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