Question about Chevrolet Colorado
Yes this is true, you still can replace just the solenoid on most starters. Now depending on what kind of starter you have dictates weather you can replace just the solenoid or the whole thing. Being you have to take the starter out it should be replaced any way but in the economy today I would not blame you if you did not.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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