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Have had intermitant starter problems on 2004 chev avalanche, Trying to find the ground check the connection, have the off road package do I need to reomove skid plates to get at the ground???

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Possibly. I recommend purchasing a manual from your local parts store or by going to alldatadiy.com and purchasing an online manual

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  • 3 Unscrew and remove the starter mounting bolts. Place all nuts and bolts in a safe place to prevent loss, such as a baby food jar.
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