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I need to know if the starter of this car is accessable from the top or from under the car, its currently at a parking garage and I need to know what I'll be needing to get the starter replaced at the current location. Thank you

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On the bottom may have to deconect motor mounts to jack up just a tab. g/l

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With the trans in Park, you can use 1 battery jumper cable and bypass the solenoid briefly for testing. One end of the jumper would go on the big cable connection on one side and the other end would be touched on the starter side of the post coming out of the starter solenoid. It will spark and arc, but all you need to know is if the starter will turn with the bypass.

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For problems inside the vehicle it can be the Ignition switch or one of the Interlock switches is out of adjustment or broken. The Interlock switches are the ones which tell you car that your foot is on the brake and that the gearshift is in Park or Neutral. If the adjustment is a little off on the gearshift, the starter will not know you are in Park or Neutral and the starter will not work. Jiggling the gear shift slightly can temporarily align the Interlock switch enough to work.

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