Changing the starter in your 1993 Mercury Sable yourself Testament save you a goodly repair price and is not arduous to achieve Homewards. The starter on a Sable is located on the passenger's side of the engine, all the course of action at the backside. You access the starter from under the automobile. You can get a replacement starter from an Car parts store or a Mercury dealer, or you may extremely bargain one used at a rescue yard.
1. Employ a wrench to loosen the retaining bolt on the Sable's negative battery cable. Remove the opposite battery cable from the battery by pulling it off the terminal. Isolate the cable elsewhere from the battery so it cannot accidentally come in contact with the battery while you are working.
2. Position a jack under the front of the van on the passenger's side and hoist it off the ground. Position a allot of jack stands under the frame to buttress the machine.
3.5. Install the advanced starter from below. Slide the nose into the gap in the telephone housing. Incorporate the upper mounting bolt down the starter and hand-tighten it. You can honest let the cable hang for immediately.
4. Remove the lower mounting bolt from the starter with a socket and ratchet. Then remove the upper mounting bolt and lower the starter away from under the automobile.
Fix the electrical connexion on the rear of the starter from under the Sable. Remove the bolt with a socket and ratchet. Remove the cable from the starter. Embrace the lower mounting bolt, then tighten the upper and lower bolts with a socket and ratchet.
6. Connect the capacious burgundy cable to the starter using the bolt you removed from the old starter. Tighten it with a socket and ratchet. This is the only electrical connector on the starter, so it should not be hard to find.
7. Raise the car with the jack and remove the jack stands from under the Sable. Lower the car to the ground.
8. Reinstall the negative battery cable onto the negative battery terminal. Tighten the retaining bolt with a wrench and start the engine to test the repair.