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Duralast Gold Starter 17726N for 1999 Dodge Intrepid
$
184
99
  • Part # 17726N
  • SKU # 740511

Notes: Designed for maximum durability 100% new

  • PRICE: 184.99

Duralast Gold Starter 17735N for 1999 Dodge Intrepid
$
214
99
  • Part # 17735N
  • SKU # 390018

Notes: Designed for maximum durability 100% new

  • PRICE: 214.99
  • Vehicle System Voltage: 12
  • Product Condition: New
  • Starter Rotation: Clockwise

Duralast Starter 17705 for 1999 Dodge Intrepid
$
144
99
  • Part # 17705
  • SKU # 411128

Notes: Premium reman

  • PRICE: 144.99
  • Vehicle System Voltage: 12
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Starter Rotation: Clockwise

Duralast Starter 17617 for 1999 Dodge Intrepid
$
174
99
  • Part # 17617
  • SKU # 411079

Notes: Premium reman

  • PRICE: 174.99
  • Vehicle System Voltage: 12
  • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • Starter Rotation: Clockwise

Valucraft Starter 17705VC for 1999 Dodge Intrepid
$
79
99
  • Part # 17705VC
  • SKU # 633172

Notes: Remanufactured unit

  • PRICE: 79.99
  • Tooth Quantity: 10
  • Voltage: 12.0
  • Starter Rotation: Clockwise
  • New Or Remanufactured: Remanufactured
  • Family: OSGR (Off Set Gear Reduction)
  • Mounting Shims Included: No
  • Mounting Bolt Hole Quantity: Flange

Valucraft Starter 17617VC for 1999 Dodge Intrepid
$
119
99
  • Part # 17617VC
  • SKU # 632927

Notes: Remanufactured unit

  • PRICE: 119.99
  • Tooth Quantity: 10
  • Voltage: 12.0
  • Starter Rotation: Clockwise
  • New Or Remanufactured: Remanufactured
  • Family: PMGR (Permanent Magnet Gear Reduction)
  • Mounting Shims Included: No
  • Mounting Bolt Hole Quantity: Flange

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Great OE quality replacement

James

in 10 months

Start was proper size and matched the original starter very closely. installing on 2.7L Dodge Intrepid notes: One issue is to install the starter if you do not remove anything else on the vehicle, you must remove the heat shield from the starter to install. Be aware of the stock shim on the original starter! it is required. Also it slides into the a slit between bell housing and motor. Additionally, it is very difficult to attach the top +12V thick main wire to the solenoid. This can be made easier by disconnecting the ground on the left near the strut tower, and freeing the harness in a further location along that wire. You can then get the wire onto the stud easier. Be sure it is the right orientation that it sits flush against the solenoid plastic. Rotate it til it slides all the way down. Do not tighten the nut if you cannot verify the 12v wire is flush and aligned. The new starter heat shield had a poorly tapped bolt holding the bottom, this stripped and had to be replaced with a longer bolt with the same threads in order to reinstall the heat shield after getting the start installed on the car. Starter functions much better than the one it replaced. Very strong and whips motor up to speed quickly! I have a good feeling this will last a good amount of time and beyond the car possibly. Overall, the starter replacement for this car is a huge pain, and would recommend lot of patience. Took approximately 2-3 hours to fit properly and wire back up. A smaller length handle ratchet and a very short extension will make 3 starter bolts much easier to remove.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1999 Dodge Intrepid 2.7 L

Start was proper size and matched the original starter very closely. installing on 2.7L Dodge Intrepid notes: One issue is to install the starter if you do not remove anything else on the vehicle, you must remove the heat shield from the starter to install. Be aware of the stock shim on the original starter! it is required. Also it slides into the a slit between bell housing and motor. Additionally, it is very difficult to attach the top +12V thick main wire to the solenoid. This can be made easier by disconnecting the ground on the left near the strut tower, and freeing the harness in a further location along that wire. You can then get the wire onto the stud easier. Be sure it is the right orientation that it sits flush against the solenoid plastic. Rotate it til it slides all the way down. Do not tighten the nut if you cannot verify the 12v wire is flush and aligned. The new starter heat shield had a poorly tapped bolt holding the bottom, this stripped and had to be replaced with a longer bolt with the same threads in order to reinstall the heat shield after getting the start installed on the car. Starter functions much better than the one it replaced. Very strong and whips motor up to speed quickly! I have a good feeling this will last a good amount of time and beyond the car possibly. Overall, the starter replacement for this car is a huge pain, and would recommend lot of patience. Took approximately 2-3 hours to fit properly and wire back up. A smaller length handle ratchet and a very short extension will make 3 starter bolts much easier to remove.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1999 Dodge Intrepid 2.7 L