Question about Daihatsu Rocky
Cannot easily locate the necessary bolts and it appears to have a right angle attach that is unusual
Posted by Anonymous on
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There should be three bolts on the starter motor. The all face the same direction and should be in a pattern with one on the bottom, one up and to the side and one directly above the bottom one at the very top of the starter. You may have to move the exhaust pipe or certain lines to get enough room to get it out to test it. Let me know if you have questions with this. You are going to want to get it from underneath the car
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
No, you can access the starter from the bottom of the engine without having to remove anything else. I replaced the starter on my 94 3.3 myself without having to remove anything else. Good Luck!!!!!
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
Should be between the radiator and engine, underneath the car. There might be a plastic cover held on with 10mm bolts. The starter bolts go up thru the starter, into the block.
Posted on May 07, 2010
Generally starters on GM vehicles have either 2 or 3 bolts that keep the starter on in addition to the wiring that is generally held on with a nut and stud.
Look for a shroud that keeps you from seeing the other bolt(s).
Good luck to you.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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