Question about Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Yes pull the battery - or take it loose. Chock your tires. If you have enough room to get under with out jacking thats good. But if you need to jack it up please use jack stands rated to hold your truck. Now find your starter and take any wires off. If you have long 3/8 extension w/ universal sockets is best. or 2-3 short extension together, work from in front of the exhaust down pipe to take loose the wiring. . On some trucks there is a bracket at the one end most people do not see, it runs from the block to the starter is best to take loose from the block end till you drop the starter out. remove the starter to block bolts last. Take note of any shims and there posistion. you may also use masking tape and letter your wires so you know from where they go. Becareful work slow. and No Cussing.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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