Question about 1989 Chevrolet Camaro
Hello Ivory4blue :
It would be difficult trying to remove the stater in this situation . I would start by jacking up the vehicle and supporting it on (2) Jack Stands Securely !!!!!. If you are working on the ground, I would probaly extend them a little more than usual . The bar that you are describing sounds like the Transmission Cross-Member .
I would get another Jack Stand ready and place it under the Transmission . I would put a Piece of wood ( Block of Wood ) on the saddle of the Jack Stand to avoid any damage to the Transmission's aluminum case .
Now you can proceed to loosen the Cross - Member bolts to get the Cross Member out of your way so that you can get to the starter motor .
You do not need to loosen or drop the exhaust on this car to get tto the starter motor .
I hope that this Info has been helpful to you . This should get you on your way .
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
You're only choice is to jack the engine up, remove the bar and loosen the exhaust. Not an easy job!
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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