Starter - Remanufactured
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CARQUEST Starter - Remanufactured

Part No. 17727S Warranty Details  
Core Charge: $22.00
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Diameter:74 mm
Direct Drive:No
Drive Tooth Quantity:9
Horsepower Rating:1.8774 hp
Mounting Bolt(s) Included:No
Mounting Shims Included:No
Nose Cone Type:Open
OE Manufacturer:Nippondenso
Overall Length:188 mm
Solenoid Attached:Yes
Starter Type:Nippondenso Offset Gear Reduction
Voltage:12 v
kW Rating:1.4 kw

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  • Q:

    need instructions for installation on starter for 1998 corolla
    Asked on 4/4/2015 by none

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      Hi None, glad to help you! Here is the instructions to install a starter in Toyota Corolla. Remove the negative battery cable from the battery using a wrench to loosen the retaining bolt. Isolate the cable from the battery so it cannot fall back against the terminal while you are working. Position a jack under the front end of your Corolla and raise it off the ground. Place a set of jack stands under the frame of the car to support it while you work under it. Locate and remove the three retaining bolts on the right side engine underbody cover and set it aside with a ratchet and socket. There is not enough room to get a wrench on these bolts. Locate the electrical connectors on the base of the starter. Remove the retaining nuts that secure the connectors with a socket and ratchet. Set the wires aside. Remove the lower mounting bolt from the starter. This bolt threads in from the engine side of the starter, and you can use a socket and ratchet with an extension to reach the bolt and remove it. Remove the upper bolt from the transmission side of the bell housing with a socket and ratchet. Carefully lower the starter out of the engine compartment. Install the new starter and secure it with the upper and lower mounting bolts. Tighten the bolts to 27 foot-pounds with a torque wrench. Connect the electrical connectors onto the starter followed by the retaining nut. Torque the nut to 48 inch-pounds with a torque wrench. Position the underbody cover back on the car then install the retaining bolts and tighten them with a socket and ratchet. Slide the jack back under the car and raise it off the jack stands. Remove the jack stands from under the frame and lower the car to the ground. Connect the negative battery cable onto the battery terminal and tighten the retaining bolt with a wrench.

      Answered on 4/4/2015 by Steve from AAP
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