Thank you for your response to the location of the starter....i found it, now i need to know what size of wrench to buy to remove it, all my tools were stolen so i cant even do process of elimination.....i really dont want to waste alot of money buying the wrong wrenches.....thanks again....carolyn
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Its easier than it looks. It takes about twenty minutes. Pull it from underneath. I think i had to pull my oil filter for better access. If so the filter is a 3980 just in case. Its been a couple years but it was alot easier than i thought it would be.
No need to drain rad You dont even need to remove the lower rad hose
just remove the four bolt on the water pump pully 10mill wrench then
the pully should come off after that there are 5 8mill bolt that attach
the pump to the housing easy as that by the way you need to left up the
idler pully to get the belt off it swings up.
First make sure you have enough clearance to work on the vehicle you may need a jack or jack stands. Then make sure your tires are blocked and emergency brake is on then disconnect the battery. Theres two bolt securing the starter to the engine block and two wires running from the battery to the starter. take the wires off and when your ready reverse the steps........
you really don't need one..... 1.Disconnect the battery 2.locate the starter. If its a v8 itll be on the driver side at the back of the engine beside the oil pan 3.there are two bolts on the bottom of the starter that you need to remove with a 9/16 socket or wrench.(support the starter when you remove the last bolt so the wires don't get broken) 4.observe the location of all of the wires attached to the starter(make a diagram so you don't forget where they go) 5.Remove the nuts that hold the wires on the starter.(make sure the ring connectors and wires are in good shape if you notice any damaged ones they should be replaced) 6. reverse procedure to install new one ..............hope this is helpfull.good luck!