How to Replace Starter 11-16 Ford F250

How to Replace Starter 11-16 Ford F250

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to remove and replace a broken, worn or weak starter motor. The video is applicable to the 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Ford F-250.

🔧 List of tools used:
• Pry Bar
• 10mm Socket
• 13mm Socket
• 15mm Socket
• 21mm Socket
• 8mm Socket
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands

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Jason Starr says:

I've done a lot of DIY stuff on vehicles over the decades, and was considering doing this one myself. But, after watching the first couple of minutes, you helped me (and my old bones) decide to let the pros do this one for me. Thanks for your great vids. Always enjoy them and always learn a lot!

Julian Gomez says:

I just changed my starter on my 15, it turn on like nothing n I waited like 30 mins n it won’t start again… what could it be

James R says:

Will this work for the 6.2 gas version?

Junkmon Tv says:

I just did my 2013 6.2 . I didn't have a jack so i just crawled under the truck ( also didn't have to remove tire this way) and I also didn't have a swivel socket so I just used a 6" extension and felt for the 2 top screws!

Angela Vasquez says:

I just had my 2016 F250 towed into Ford and they advised the starter was "hanging" no bolts to be found. A week later, Ford calls to tell me they found one bolt broken off and it needed to be drilled out and the starter was bad. Of course they asked me who worked on it before – FORD only – but to my knowledge never the starter. My question is: Are there any other scenarios where the Starter would have been removed for another service? I was going to look through my records, but don't know what to look for. Thank you.

Edward Limas says:

Very informative. Good job.

Heywoodj1969 says:

Would it not be prudent to use anti seize on any bolts when putting them back in? – I live in canada, and rust is a big issue… I would be using anti seize when replacing any of those bolts, along with dielectric grease on the electrical connections.

mad max says:

This guy it's badass

Alvin Evans says:

Thanks again for another great video. 2nd video of yours i have used for my DIY jobs. 1st video was replacing hubs. Keep up the great teachings.

scud830 says:

The Ford engineers are absolutely brainless for this design. You shouldn't have to pry a starter from that location. Should drop out easy. They need to fix this crap. What a disgrace. Thanks for the video.

Tyler Turpin says:

I have a 5.4 250 that's caused me to go threw three starters there not kicking in and all its doing is clicking when I shorted my secondary the cilanoied started smoking what could my issues be

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