The Nippondenso (later shortened to Denso) gear reduction starters were introduced to the U.S. in the early to middle 70′s by Toyota and Honda. The same unchanged basic design incorporated in today’s Chrysler/Dodge vehicles (even heavy duty applications) makes it one of the longest surviving models, on a timeline, in starter alternator history. It’s design and ability to deliver torque with minimal amp draw is considered by many to be the best in the industry.
As you can see in the first 2 pics the small ignition wire connects with a weathertite pin style, or a 1/4″ inch spade lock. Once you see the metal plate on the back of the starter with the 3 screws and the round raised up middle( like pic 3 and 4) you know you have the right kit for this starter. 99% of these starters require only the kit provided, and routine lubrication to the gear reduction portion, for a return to full service.
Kit contents: 5 of the most popular contacts for Denso starters. After you use your 2, you can keep the rest for some one else, or just throw them in with your scrap.
|Make||Model||Engine||Begin year||End Year|
|CHRYSLER||NEW YORKER||3.3L V6||1992||1993|
|CHRYSLER||NEW YORKER||3.8L V6||1993||1993|
|CHRYSLER||TOWN & COUNTRY||3.3L V6||1993||1999|
|CHRYSLER||TOWN & COUNTRY||3.8L V6||1994||2004|
|DODGE||CARAVAN||3.3L V6 OHV||1993||1999|
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