Question about Chevrolet 1500
1. disconnect battery
2. locate starter on back of block, usually low on engine
3. disconnect wires, noting position
4. usually 2 bolts retain it to block/bellhousing
5. put a smallamount of suitable grease on gear when installing new starter, follow any additional steps outlined in literature with new starter, torque bolts to specification
6. connect wires and off you go again...
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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