Question about 2008 Chevrolet Aveo5
There are like three bolts holding the entire starter assembly in. The wires to it are large to carry a lot of amperage. There are basically two and they will have learned the position they are bolted on. remove them and then replace the old unit with the new and the wires will want to go back tot heir old positions. If you are uncomfortable doing this then don't. I did this once on a Ford 460 on a freeway on ramp. It is very quick and easy. Here is a link to picture of the starter:
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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