Question about 1995 Nissan Pickup
The starter has to be removed from the top through the right side of the engine. Removing the bracket holding the gas filter allows enough room for the starter and solenoid to pass through the opening. I had to use a 14 mm wrench instead of a socket to remove the bolts as there is no room for the socket wrench even with extensions.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
It is a VERY tight fit, but you have to get to the top bolt from the top underneath the intake manifold. The bottom one is axcessed from underneath the starter. Mine has an automatic and the starter came out the bottom right. Once you have it loose from the engine then you can remove the wiring.Now the tricky part, you have to rotate the starter until it will drop through the hole between the frame and tortion bar,expect it to come out nose first or tail first( can't remember), there will be a small bracket on the frame that will be in your way, hack saw. It just takes some patience but it will come out. Good Luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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