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1992 Nissan Pulsar: I have to change the starter motor..1.6L

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hi. I have to change the starter motor in a 1992 Nissan Pulsar, 1.6L auto. where is it and how do I get it out?

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Remove the Air intake duct to access it from the engine side. I would go and buy a new one first so you know what your looking at as its tucked in and on a small openin of the transmission.

The starter is located right on the transmission. If you follow the large red wire from the battery it will lead directly to the starter. There are two bolts in order to remove the starter from the transmission housing. Then there will be a ground normally attached to the one bolt you will reamove from the 2 holding bolts then you will have one large nut which is the power and a small wire that goes to the ignition. You remove the two bolts with the battery disconnected then pull the starter out of the transmission only the head is inside which engages on the flywheel to turn it get it out enough to remove the nuts and wires get the new one in there and reverse the steps. ..

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