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Usually the bendex motor is worn out. That motor pushes the shaft into the flywheel as the second main motor "the starter" spins the engine. I had this problem in my 1997 Saturn SW2 and replaced the starter 15 years ago and it never happened again. Often you can replace just the bendex but it can be easier just to get a rebuilt starter at the auto store like I did and replace the whole thing. Warning, it is possible but very unlikely that the flywheel is damage.
FIRST DISCONECT BATERY REMUVE THE RADIATOR REMUVE ALL WIRINGS FROM THE ENGINE ELECTRICAL ACCESORIES P-S PUMP ALTERNADOR.A-C COMPRESSOR DISCONECT EXAUST PIPES FRON THE ENGINE STARTER ENGINE MOUNTS BOLTE AND ELL THE BEL HAUSING BOLTS
The firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6, the distibutor rotates clockwise. the cylinders are as follow on the passenger side of the engine it is 1-2-3 and the drivers side is 2-4-6, number 1 is the first one from the front of the engine just behind the altenator, then the other side is starting with number 2 and ending in number 6 at the drivers side rear of engine..
1-4-2-5-3-6 Now you need to know which cylinder is which. If you stand at the front of the truck looking at the engine, the number 1 cylinder is on the left closest to you. The left bank has cylinders 1-3-5 and the right bank has 2-4-6. So number 1 is at the left front and number 6 is at the right rear.