2003 Honda Accord: How to Replace Starter?
So, I'm new here and did some searching and didn't find exactly what I'm looking for so I thought I'd make a post. I'm working on a 2003 Honda Accord with a 2.4 engine and automatic trans. It's been having slow sluggish starts and now wont crank over. It has a brand new battery but I tried jumping it anyway. My guess is that it's the starter. While holding the key in start, I heard a click and the engine slowly started to turn. But it doesn't fully turn over to start it. I located the starter behind the intake. What all do I have to do to change it? It seems like I gotta remove the intake along with unhooking all the plugs. Will I need a new intake gasket? Or is there some sort of reusable one? And what all do I need to know? Any help would be appreciated!
By the way, I'm not a rookie. I have worked on several cars and even rebuilt chevy and ford engines. I rarely work on these Honda type cars. And taking it to a shop is too much so I'm doing it myself. I just need some basics pointed out so I don't miss anything.
Thanks in advance!