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Old 07-08-2005, 06:30 AM   #1
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Default Honda Accord 1994 Starter Removal

Hey folks,anyone can help me with locating my starter on my 94 Accord and how to remove it?
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It's on top of the transmission towards the front of the tranny where the tranny and engine bolt together with two bolts holding it on. Also there is one wire that has a nut holding it on I think it's an 10mm or something close to that and another that just pulls out and plugs back in.
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and 2 14mm bolts might need extension for back one
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ok...its right under the distributor cap on the left right?
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Yeah its has this black cylinder looking thing right under the upper radiator hose.
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