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Where can i locate a picture or diagram of the starter for my 6 cylinder c1500 1997 silverado so i know where the bolts are located to remove it?

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Good Evening, I do not have a picture tho I can tell you most general motors starters are 2 bolts going from the bottom up you cannot miss them. Just be sure to disconnect power *battery* and not overtighten the new nuts when you secure your wires down. I hope this helps, and if you have any more questions please feel free to ask.

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