Question about 1984 Dodge Ramcharger
Starter - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
The starter is an overrunning clutch drive type with a solenoid mounted on the starter motor. Six different type starters are used on these models. Two each are built by Nippondenso, Bosch and Mitsubishi for manual and automatic transaxle applications. Removal and installation procedures are the same for all units. Some early production models may experience starter motor damage due to improper fit of the upper and lower steering column shrouds. Irregularities in the mating surface of the key cylinder area may cause the ignition key to bind, causing the starter to be continuously engaged. The condition can be corrected by loosening the shroud cover screws about 1 1 / 2 turns.
If loosening the screws does not solve the problem, the covers will have to be replaced with new parts, which are available only in black and must be painted to match interior trim.
Fig. 1 Starter mounting on the 1.6L engine (click for zoom)
Fig. 2 Mounting for the 1.7L engine with A-412 manual transaxle
Fig. 3 Mounting on the 1.7L engine with the A-404 automatic transaxle
Fig. 4 Mounting for the 1.7L A-460 manual transaxle and the 2.2L manual or automatic transaxle
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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