Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Having a problem getting the starter out of a 2000 chevy blazer 4 wheel driver
Raise the front of vehicle & support on jackstands.It will help to take off the (left wheel on2.2L models,right wheel on 4.3L models)Remove skid plate(if equipped)On 2.2 models remove front driveshaft.On some early models,it may be necessary to raise the engine/transmission with a floorjack an under the transmission and remove the transmission crossmember for access to the starter motor bolts.On models so equipped ,remove the starter heat shield.From under the vehicle, disconnect the solenoid wire and battery cables from the terminals on the solenoid.Remove the starter mounting bolts, and then remove starter motor (note location of shims)
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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