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Re: putting on a starter
According to the manual, it's pretty straightforward. Disconnect the ground cable from the battery. Then remove all wires connected to the starter/solenoid -- one heavy wire from the battery, and one or two smaller wires. Then remove the bolts which attach the starter to the engine. The starter is at the right side of the engine at the rear.
Installation is the reverse of the above. Make sure you have all wires attached and tight before you reconnect the battery ground cable.
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It is located at the enine end of the lower radiator hose inside the metal piece atttached to the engine. the metal piece has 3 bolts to take off that attach it to the engine. I took off the fan and fan shroud for easy access. this is fora 95 xe 4 cylinder.
You need to pull out the starter and take it to your local auto parts store for testing - I suspect your armature in your starter is worn and causing your issue. This is a replaceable part and, depending on your skill level, you may be able to do it yourself. If your starter is not too expensive it may be feasible to just replace it as your brushes in the starter are probably worn too.
this is pretty cut and dry, remove neg battery terminal, raise vehicle if needed, remove the wiring from the back of starter, then remove the two starter mounting bolts and pull starter out, to install reverse directions, good luck.
On top of the starter unplug the solenoid wire. Then make a jumper wire with a spade connector on one end about four feet. plug this into the solenoid and use the other end of the wire to tap the positive side of the batt. this should engage the starter if all is well. if it dosen't, then the problen is the starter.
According to the online manual at AutoZone, you need to remove the right front wheel, the front gravel shield, the exhaust manifold heat insulator, the exhaust manifold, and detach the oil pressure switch connector. The picture shows lifting the starter out from the top once it is unbolted.
I've changed the starter on a '95 with a 4 cylinder engine, and the top bolt was a bugger to get to, requiring two extensions and a universal on my ratchet set. Good luck!
I have a '95. It's behind the passenger side tire. Remove tire and rock guard if you have one--couple of screws--and you can easily access it. two bolts facing rear of car, two connections up front. Honestly it was the easiest replacement I've ever done. Just disconnect your battery first.
Hi, I think that there must be a scratch in the bore of the "HYDRAULIC CLUTCH CYLINDER". I would treat it like a brake cylinder that has a leak and **** / burnish it out or better still replace it and forget the problem. Glad to be of service - Please rate the solution - I can learn from your rating. Thank you