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Starter installation on 1995 z 28 camaro auto

Starter installation on 1995 z 28 camaro auto trans

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This is the old square body style car correct. Not hard to do, disconnect the positive battery cable from the battery. Pull the car on ramps and set the emergency brake or put on stands. Crawl under the car on the passenger side and disconnect the wires from the starter one should be a 9/16 and the other is probably a 3/8. Remove the rear support bracket if it has it should go from the rear of the starter to the engine. Then remove the two starter bolts possibly a 9/16 also careful to pay attention to any shims that might come out of it then pull the starter out of the bell housing and replace with new one and reconnect everything.

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