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Old 05-19-2007, 07:54 AM
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Default what is the easiest way to remove a starter?

my dad has a 94 3.4 and it has had recent starting problems. at first it would hesitate to start, taking a few tries to get it to. now when we try to start it, it just makes a clicking noise. i had the alternater tested and there is a new battery in there so that led me to the starter which is a pain in the *** to get out. once i have all the bolts off, where should i pull it out of the car because it looks to me like it will be tight getting out due to mainly the exaust that is getting in the way
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have you checked the battery cables, I had the same problem with a 68...replaced the battery, Starter, Volt regulator....only to find out that a 6 month old pos cable.
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yea there is nothing wrong with those at least from what i can see... what could i check for on those to see if they were bad?
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There is no easy way, but see your other post.
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yes as pete stated and as i know from personal experience on my 94, there is no easy way. The exhaust must be dropped no question. I would suggest taking this to a mechanic if you do not have the proper tools to drop the exhaust, also if you do not have the exhaust properly tighten up and placed/aligned you will hear a constant vibration/ rattle that really plagues the ears during low rpms esp take off.
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