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Re: starter on a 1988 camaro iroc z
Go to your local auto zone or advance and get a manual and look it up!! hell jus go in with a friend and pick da book up and jus walk around like your looking and read up on it!! I would have to check others but im sure i people that know!! Let me know if you are unable to do this!
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Put car in neutral, remove wheels, calipers and rotors, diff. cover. rotate carrier until you see wrist pin retaining bolt, remove bolt and slide out the wrist pin out of carrier. Next push axle inward to remove inner axle "C" retainer washer then slide axle out of tube. Then pry off axle seal and with slide hammer w/attachment remove axle bearing.
Don't remember if they used an idle air control valve or mass air flow sensor on ones that old but either can do that. If not check your vacuum hoses for splits, cracks and good connections. You did not list engine size, but controls are pretty much the same. I'm pretty sure you can do a computer scan on those by jumping the under-dash connector...get a manual for codes and instructions on that. good luck!
I'm assuming there are 2 wires. On most starters there are 2 threaded posts. One will be chassis ground the other one will be electrically isolated on an insulated standoff, this will be the positive (usually red) wire from the starter relay which is usually somewhere close to the battery. If there is only one wire then it will be the postiive and bolting the starter in is "connecting" the ground. Make sure the mounting area is clean.