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> XD Starter Replacement , by RPW00Mirage
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So the starter went on our 02. We picked up a reman in stock at advance auto.

To remove:
Remove air cleaner hose coming from throttlebody.
Unplug IAC, TPS, and EVAP plugs. Also push the 2 zip straps through the brackets.
Remove shifter cables from transmission (cotter pin, washer)
Remove cable bracket from transmission (2 12mm bolts)



After that, from the passenger side unplug the single tab from the back of the starter, then using either a 12mm or 13mm socket (depending on OEM or reman) remove the power wire from the starter.

Moving back to the drivers side, remove the two 14mm bolts holding the starter in . The top one can be removed with an 8 inch extension. the bottom one just put the short 14mm socket onto the ratchet.

now you can pull it out the top over the trans, unlike what it says in the manual. remember, our car is a 5-speed with full AC.






Installation is the reverse of removal smile.gif

Last update: Sep 17 2014, 09:52 AM by elantragt    Created: Sep 17 2014, 09:52 AM by elantragt    Edits: 2    Views: 2,098
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