Question about 1992 Chevrolet K1500
I am trying to replace the starter on my 1992 K1500 Silverado, but I am having trouble fully removing the starter. There doesn't seem to be any parts of the truck that can be realisticly removed temporaraly to make room for the starter to come out.
Maybe I'm not trying hard enough since I am working on it outside in -30F temps, but any tips would be appreciated.
Make sure all your wires are off. Push the starter forward, turn it to the right, and pull it down. It will come out. It don't seem like there's room, but there is. Good luck. PHil
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