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WARNING: ALWAYS USE PROPER EYE PROTECTION WHEN PERFORMING ANY MECHANICAL REPAIRS TO A VEHICLE -INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY INSTALLATION AND OR REPAIRS TO THE DELCO REMY ALTERNATORS. FAILURE TO USE PROPER EYE PROTECTION CAN LEAD TO SERIOUS AND PERMANENT EYE DAMAGE. Only perform the mechanical functions that you are properly qualified to perform. Mechanical repairs that are beyond your technical capabilities should be handled by a professional installation specialist.


1.     Verify the starter is nonfunctional. The starter can be tested using a carbon pile load tester, a voltmeter and clamp-on style ammeter.

2.     Check and follow all safety precautions outlined in the vehicle manufacturer's service manual.

3.     Verify the batteries are fully charged and battery ter­minals are clean and firmly in place. Check battery cable for any corrosion or tears in the insulation.

4.     Verify all fuses are good.

5.     Check all wiring connections leading to the starter for discoloration, cracks, or evidence or overheat­ing. If any of these symptoms are present, connec­tions must be replaced. Failure to do so may result in starter or vehicle damage.


1.     Disconnect all wire connections and plugs from the starter noting their location and identifying each con­nector with a piece of tape. This will make installa­tion of the replacement starter easier.

2.     Loosen the starter mounting bolts. Note the loca­tion of any shims, heat shields, and support brack­ets. This will also make installation of the replace­ment starter easier.

3.     Remove mounting bolts, tilt or rotate starter to clear flywheel and transmission housing and remove starter from vehicle, noting position of any shims. Shims may be stuck to either the engine mounting or the mounting pads of the starter.

4.     Inspect starter drive teeth for damaged pinions. If drive is damaged, it is extremely1mportant that you inspect the flywheel or ring gear for broken or worn teeth (see figure below). A broken or worn ring gear must be replaced or it will damage the new starter.


1.     Check and compare the original starter to the re­placement starter. All mounting holes, wire and plug connectors, and hardware should be compatible. Some vehicle manufacturers may use more than one starter manufacturer. Slight differences in the starter's appearance will not affect the performance of the starter.

2.     Install the replacement starter reusing all mounting hardware from the original starter. Refer to vehicle service manual and torque nuts and bolts to the manufacturer's required specifications.

3.     Reconnect all electrical connections of the replace­ment starter to the correct terminals. It is important that all connectors must be clean and fit properly.

4.     Reconnect battery cable, connecting positive con­nections first.




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