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Q: Where is the location of the starter on this 2.2 engine?

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A: The starter is located on the backside of t...

The starter is located on the backside of the engine, between the engine and firewall. It is under the intake manifold on the driver side of the engine. If you would feel more comfortable having an expert take care of this, then consider YourMechanic, as a certified professional can come to your car's location to replace the starter for you.

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