Question about 1997 Chevrolet C1500
First take battery loose,jack vehicle up put on jack stands,pass side of motor underneath you should see the starter,take wires loose ,make sure you note where to put wires back on,theres two bolts unscrew,take starter out ,then go back same way,..
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