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ISUZU: HOW TO REPLACE A STARTER ON A 1999 4 CYL ISUZU AMIG

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HOW TO REPLACE A STARTER ON A 1999 4 CYL ISUZU AMIGO

Hello I will help you with your question,

 

The service procedure to replace the starter is below. Raise and support the vehicle, remove the negative battery cable and follow the positive cable to the starter motor then follow the procedure to remove it.

 

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.


George,


Do you have a list of the tools and sizes I will need to complete this job?

YOu will need a set of metric sockets including an 8,10, 12, 13 , 14 and 15 mm with a 3 and 6 inch extension in 3/8" drive, a jack and jack stands and what ever ends you have on your battery. If the cable ends have been replaced you may need a 1/2" open end wrench, battery terminal cleaner and channel lock pliers.

 

There is a TSB about the crimped end of the positive cable coming loose at the starter so you may have to use a pair of vise grips to cinch that a little tighter as well, if it is not loose don't bother with it.

 

Please let me know how I can help you

 

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.


George,


We're almost there any deep well or swivels required?

No, you should have a straight shot at the bolts, no deep wells but swivels are always a plus if you have them available. Power (air) tools make getting into the tight spaces easier but on the 4 cylinder it is not bad. The 3.2 (V6) is really tight though.

 

The 4 cylinder starter replacement calls for .6 hours "book" time so not bad

 

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you with this

 

Thank you

 

 

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

George,


Thank You for your time.

Glad to help and please let me know if you have further questions

 

Thank you