Question about 1997 Chevrolet Blazer
#1 Disconnect the battery
#2 Raise vehicle so you are able to slide under it. Use either jack stands or ramps
#3 Get under vehicle
#4 Disconnect battery cable from the solenoid by removing the nut holding it secure and then removing the cable itself
#5 Remove the wires going to the S terminal on the solenoid(remaining terminal.)This will have a smaller nut securing it.
#6 Remove the 2 bolts securing the starter to the engine block. Be careful as starters can be quite heavy!
#7 Installation is reverse of removal!
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