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Changing starter on GMC sierra diesel

I found the two 9/16 bolts but it seem that the starter is still hung up on something what could be the problem getting it out?

Thanks Karen

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    mike harris May 11, 2010

    Almost forgot Karen on a safety note make sure battery power is disconnected and that starter wiring is removed and out of the way, again good luck

  • mike harris
    mike harris May 11, 2010

    Hi Karen, does this starter happen to have a stabilizer bracket attached to it? the old 6.5 diesel incorporated this if so this may be your problem good luck

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REMOVES STARTER WIRES AND REMOVE THE HEAT SHIELD AND BRACKET. STARTER SHOULD DROP DOWN.

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Yes...this has a suppot on the front of the starter with a 7/16 nut

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