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I am removing the starter from my 2000 chevy suburban. I took out the 2 bolts with no problem, but i'm having trouble getting the starter to drop down. any suggestions?

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Try moving the starter up and to the front, the nose of the starter should clear the bell housing

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    Fig. 6: Remove the starter from the vehicle 87982p31.jpg
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