Question about 1993 Chevrolet Suburban
I can not get the bolts on the new starter to line up. What am I doing wrong?
Hey donna88king, gotta love those starters :) actually I dont imagine you are doing anything wrong prvidind there is no thread damage, try thread the bolts first without the starter. If the starter is fitting and in place it will be just a matter of the right position there are a couple of ways to do this,first make certain that you are lined up with the hole using a screwdriver or an awl when you slide the bolt into place slightly move it in a circular motion to get by the taper if this doesnt help you try putting one bolt in the starter and lift into place using the bolt to feel the hole all that is required here is a little persistance hope this helps you good luck and take care let me know how you made out
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