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How do you get the starter out of 1988 chevy S-10 pick up 4 wheel drive 5 speed trans

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    i got the same thing

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Generally there are two bolts holding the starter in.  I have a 98 cavalier and I recently replaced the starter.  Not hard but not too easy either.  You might have a little more room than I did so it houldn't be too hard.  Go to autozone.com.  They have free online repair manuals.  Good luck.

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