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How do you remove a
long and short extension
breaker bar or Big wrench so you can put on ratchet to give you more leverage.
Starter is on the passenger side of truck attached to the transmission.
Start by disconnecting the battery. Something that will greatly help from the top is disconnect the wire from the starter going to the positive battery wire. You will thank god for this later. (it was a pain in the ****)
Remove nut from positive side of solenoid
Remove 10 mm bolt holding stainless steel lines
Remove 14 mm upper and lower bolts (I used ratcheting wrench with extension and 1" wrench to give me leverage)
There is one more 14 mm short bolt that is above tranny pan that you will need a long extension to get to.
Once you remove all bolts starter should almost fall out of place minus wire that you disconnected earlier. The one I had, had gotten caught up with other wires and I finally got aggravated and just broke the wire off to get the starter out. This is not a big deal as the new or re-manufactured starter will have this wire.
Make sure to line up the plate right and thread in the top bolt hand tightened.
Do the same as with lower bolt.
line up bracket and thread in the short bolt tight so you don't have to mess with it again.
tighten stainless steel line back together.
Have someone push the wire up you in the upper part of the engine area and plug wire back in.
tighten all bolts and make sure to attach positive batter cable wire to starter.
Reinstall battery and give the key a turn.
Good Luck and please rate 4 thumbs up for the answer
on Jul 11, 2019
2010 frontier, new calipers,flex hoses, pads, rotors, master cylinder, brake pedal falls right to floor, but four or five pumps it gets hard and stays hard, bleed two days worth not one drop of air
on any vehicle with ABS, you have to bleed from the caliper up to the reservoir using a pressurized bottle with brake fluid in it.
on Feb 17, 2019
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