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1997 Chevy Lumina Starter

I am trying to put in a starter in my chevy. The old one was taken out with out me seeing how and I don't know how to put the replacement in.
Please can you help.
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Pretty straightforeward job... Attach the harness to the starter (battery disconnected of course) The wires are usually joined and only go on one way (ones with big loops go on big center bolt, little ones go on small bolt. (same for Plug ins if any) If you have the original hardware, just put the starter back where it goes and bolt it in! Re-attach the battery and try the ign switch. Listen for bad noises... if any, check flywheel and instalation.
Good luck!!

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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there is a oil sending unit on the side of the block(motor) right above the starter. check that first. it could also be valve cover gaskets but not as likley.good luck.

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