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I need a starter for my 1994 gmc sierra 1500 350engine but not one onthe truck when purchased everyone tells me they are two starter how do i know which one"

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I quickly punched in your vehicle specs at the autozone site

the main difference is the body size of the starter itself

With 98mm (3 7/8") diameter case

or

With 115mm (4 1/2") diameter case

"Shims may be needed for the approximate 1/8" clearance of starter nose (Instruction sheet in starter box)"

and since you sometimes need to bring in the old one for a core charge, may as well have the parts counter person bench-test BOTH your old starter and the replacement starter

(sucks to install a remanufactured starter straight from the box & they incorrectly built it)

Posted on Apr 05, 2015

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