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To remove the starter from a 94 chevy s10 pickup 2wd, do i remove the trans. protection plate or take off the exhaust cross piece?

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If you can avoid taking the exhaust crossover off then do it, because if the exhaust is original then you are going to have problems with rusty bolts because of the intense heat. if you break one off or damage the threads it will be quite a job to fix it but do what you gotta do. The transmision can stay in place.

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You take the exhaust off, u don't have to remove the trans for any starter replacement on any S10

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I have a 94 chevy s10 v6 vortech I had to remove the thru bolt on the motor mount on the passenger side then jack up the motor to get room to slide the starter back didnt have to lift to far just needed a little room, took me 13hrs in three days to get this figured out (NOT EASY) very hard to remove the thru bolt and get back in but well worth the effort, did have to remove the brace bar from the block to the bell housing and pry with a bar to lift motor from mount but they will separate and the weight of the motor will push them back together. Rough job so good luck.

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It is possible to take out the starter without removing either piece, but it will give you more room to work with. it is easier to use a floor jack to help you hold up the alternator after removing two big screws. The jack will hold starter so that you can easily get to the nuts holding a couple of wires on the starter and solenoid. Good luck.

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