Question about Jeep Cherokee
Fairly simple job.
Disconnect the battery, then remove the two bolts that hold the starter to the bellhousing.
Lower the starter and unbolt the wires on the solenoid.
To install reverse procedure. be careful not to over-tighten the wire connections. the cover is plastic and can break. Also when tightening the bolts that hold the starter in, Run one in most of the way, then the other, make sure you keep the starter square with the mount and alternate tightening one bolt (best at top) then the other 'till they are snug, then after it is fully in, just tighten them up fully.
Before you start the job, If you have an alarm, make sure you know how to re-arm it (same as dead battery procedure) same for radio.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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