Question about Chevrolet Blazer
The bar is simply a brace. On one that old, it may be difficult to get from a dealer but you may find one in a scrapyard. Problem is that to save time, many techs used to leave it off when changing the starter...Most will work without it but if the engine kicks back due to a bit of moisture in the distributor cap or any other item that can cause a cross-fire, if it's not in place the starter nose will break.
If you can't find one you could actually make one using a piece of steel Any support there is better than none at all..
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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