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Re: how to remove starter chevrolet 1994 k1500 5.7 liter...
You might have a flash pan on the trasmission 2 bolt in the bottom 2 on top remove the trasmission flash pan go easy you have the trasmission cooling line there if there rusty they might leak if you move them to mush you should see the starter 2 long bolt the 2 bolt go right trus the starter but the number 1 thing disconnect the battery first thank you for using fitya pierre
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Disconnect the Battery Cables Jack up the car Put Safety Stands under the car Then you need to remove the Wires that attach to the Starter (PAY ATTENTION WHERE EACH WIRE GOES.. or take a picture with your Phone Remove the 3 Bolts holding the starter onto the car
Remove and Replace the Starter and Reassemble in reverse order
ebay, walmart. i would go thru amazon.com tho you can select your car model and they will send you the wire harness you need that will literally be plug and play instead of having to cut wire and put them all together.
METHOD 1Take a blank/useless CD (such as AOL free trial CD's, you can get them in a plethora of amounts in Best Buy) and place it about 1 inch deep into the slot.Press the 'Eject' button and gently wiggle the CD around. If this doesn't work, repeat and try to get the blank CD below the the jammed CD, and gently pry the target CD upwards.Sometimes, unusual amounts of pressure may be on the unit, behind the dash itself. Have a professional or a friend that you trust remove the dash unit and try steps #2 and #3. METHOD 2 Get a 1 inch to 2 inch wide putty knife and wrap tape around it with the sticky side of the tape on the outside of the knife. Use a strong tape like Gorilla tape for best results. The knife is typically tappered so that if you wrap the tape tight enough it will not slide off the endGet a piece of paper and stick it to one side of the knife. Trim with scissors. You now have a thin sticky knife you can slide into the CD player opening.Insert knife into CD player with sticky side down trying to get it to go on top of the CD that is stuck. Press down gently to get the tape to stick to the CD.Gently lift up and pull the knife out. Hopefully the CD will come with it. You might try hitting the eject button if it doesn't work the first time
double check all your wiring and make sure all connections are tight. if there's an inline fuse holder, make sure it isnt loose. and make sure your grounding point is tight and clean. also check the fuses and wiring under the dash. if everything checks out, you've got yourself a faulty stereo.
try starting it a few times, check the fuses under the hood, and inside. fine where the fuel pump reset switch is, i had a ford escort that had the fuel pump reset switch behind a panel in the trunk. to see if the truck is not getting fuel, spray some starter fluid into the carb if it starts then dies, your fuel pump isnt working . hope this helps
couple different scenarios here...first, the previous owner may have had the dpeakers amplified and removed the amplifier before selling the car, or he may have even removed the speakers themselves. ive seen this done alot with aftermarket equipment. check behind the stereo to be sure that the speaker wires are connected to the cars wiring. also peek in the door panels to make sure the previous owner left you with some speakers. after your sure theyre all connected properly check for sound. if nothing, then you have a problem with the unit.