Where Is the Starter Located in My Ford Explorer?

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The starter in a Ford Explorer is located in the rear of the engine on the right side. It is going to look something like a black soup can. It will be cylinder shaped.
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The location of a starter will vary depending on the make/model of the vehicle. The majority of the time it will be somewhere close to the battery. For more information look here:
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On the driver's side of the engine, lower down on the side of the engine block, just in front of the transmission.
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The starter is a metal cylinder about 3 inches in diameter and 5 to 7 inches long. It is secured to the engine with three bolts and has a small wiring harness coming from the rear
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ON PASSENGER SIDE UNDER VEHICLE
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