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Diagram needed I need a diagram showing how to remove the starter from a 93 chevy silverado... Can anyone tell me where I might find this?

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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!

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