2009 Honda Accord Starter Location

How Much Does It Cost to Replace the Starter in a Honda Accord?

A starter replacement job will cost you about $1000 at the dealer. Doing this job yourself will cost about $100.

Tools and Supplies:

The following are the required tools and supplies needed to complete this repair:

How long does it take to Replace the Starter in a Honda Accord?

It will take about 2.5 hours to complete this repair. The starter is located under the air intake manifold and is a bit harder to reach than in some other vehicles like a Toyota Corolla or a Dodge pick-up, so it takes a little longer than most starter replacements. That being said, it is not very complicated.

Hardest Part: Removing the 2 mounting bolts which may be stiff due to salt/dirt build-up.


Where is the starter located in 2009 Honda Accord?

Engine Won’t Turn Over: The first sign of a bad or failing starter is the most obvious – if you turn the key or press the start button and nothing happens, there’s a good chance you have a damaged solenoid, a burnt-out starter motor, or an electrical issue with the battery.

How do I know if my starter is bad Honda Accord?

We currently carry 12 Starter products to choose from for your 2009 Honda Accord, and our inventory prices range from as little as $175.34 up to $367.99.

Where is the starter motor in a Honda Accord?

Honda starter motors weaken with use and age. The starter motor resides behind the plastic intake plenum and the plenum must be removed to replace the starter.

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