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How do I remove the starter in a 1983 S-10 pickup. V-6 4x4. I got the bolts out but can not pull starter out of engine compartment.

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SOURCE: Chevy S10 Pickup Starter. Removed the two bolts

Just changed a starter in a 94 S10 4x4. The only way to remove the starter was to take the passenger side exhaust manifold off and bring the starter out that way. Installation the same in reverse. Hope this helps. Don

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  • the starter is underneith the car read below.

  • Locate the negative battery cable on the negative battery terminal. Remove the retaining bolt with a wrench, then remove the cable from the battery. Isolate the cable from the battery so it cannot fall back against the battery.

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