Question about 1996 Nissan Maxima
Your starter is below the air box, where air filter is. Remove air box and you will se the starter. Unplug battery. Remove nut (with 12mm wrench) which is connected to the starter, Nut is hidden under a rubber boot to prevent shorting out. unplug a single wire connector, which comes out of the starter solenoid. Starter is beeing held by 2 bolts. Remove 2 bolts, which you will be able to see and take out starter. Reverse procedure to install new starter. Reconnect battery.Start vehicle. The whole procedure should take under 1.0 hours.
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