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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
2.2L Engine remove protective shields as needed then remove front exhaust pipe. Remove the brace from the engine to the clutch housing, then disconnect starter wiring. 4.3L Engine 2 wheel drive just remove the right front tire and you will have access to the wiring. 4.3L Engine 4 wheel drive you must remove the differential carrier shield if equipped then remove the starter bolts and rotate the starter to get access to the wiring. Good Luck.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
screwdriver works, which means the battery is good and the starter works. in between is the ignition switch. first you should check for 12V at the starter post w/ the smaller wire on it as the key is held in "start" position. if no, then you should probe the supply wire @ the ignition switch (Red wire) for constant 12V; if no, then there is a bad wire/fuse between the battery and the ignition switch. if it does then probe the ignition wire on the switch (Pink) w/ key in "on" position. if no voltage, then bad ignition switch. if yes, then probe the starter wire on the switch (Yellow) for 12V w/ key in "start" position. If no, then bad ignition switch. If yes, then check for wire break between ignition switch and starter
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Yes you do have to pull the axle and make sure you put everything back in the same place you removed it from. The ring and pinion shouldn't have to be bothered. You will have to remove the rear end cover to remove the axle. Its very easy to do. There is a pin inside the rear end that has to be removed to pull the axle. Pay attention to how you take it out and put it back the same way. It sounds as if you can do this with no problem.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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