Question about 1995 Chevrolet S-10 CA Edition
Step1 Turn the truck off and disconnect the battery. Lift the car with a jack and place jack stands under the frame of the truck. Block the rear wheels to prevent the truck from rolling backwards. Step2 Locate the starter and remove the wires connected to it. Mark them so you know which is positive and which is negative so you can reconnect them accordingly. Step3 Remove the bolts holding the starter in place. There are usually two or three bolts holding the starter. Step4 Pull the starter out of its position and remove it from the truck. Some other parts may need to be loosened or removed for the starter to be removed from the truck. Remember what parts are removed or loosened. Step5 Put the new starter in the truck by installing it the same way the old starter was removed. Tighten the bolts slightly, connect the wires to the starter and then tighten the bolts completely. Step6 Replace any other parts in the truck that were removed or loosened. Lower the truck from the jack stands, remove the blocks from the rear wheels and reconnect the battery. Start the car to make sure everything is working properly.
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