Question about 1996 Toyota Corolla
Starting circuit consists of the following.
It sits at the rear of the engine and is a bit of a hassle to remove due to the discomfort of standing bent over with your hands way down at the back of the engine.
Disconnect the battery negative. Remove the thin wire from the solenoid.(Clips off) Undo the top large nut on the back of the solenoid and remove the thick wire. Undo the 2 bolts that hold the starter in place and get it out.
To remove the solenoid undo the remaing nut on the rear of the solenoid and pull the wire of the stud. Undo the 2 bolts that hold the solenoid in place. Pull the solenoid back and unhook from the arm in the hole that is now open. You should be able to source it from your local spares shop.
Inside the starter are the brushes that should rather be replaced by your auto electrician. Since you've already cut your labour bill in half I'd recommend it. Other things that can go wrong in the starter are the armature and field coils and also bushings. These tend to let the starter sound like it is running on a flat battery.
When buying spares it is best to take the old unit along as a sample
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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