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What do i have to do to take out the starter in a 1991 s10 with a 4.3 motor i have already taken out both bolts but not enough room

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I think this one has the cover on the bottom of the transmission. There will be a couple of support bars that are bolted to it as well. Remove those support bars and the lower cover and you'll have enough room to drop the starter down.

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