CHEVY STARTER PROBLEM

1995 Chevrolet Blazer

Tiny

mstewart404

August, 20, 2010 AT 7:01 PM

Engine Mechanical problem
1995 Chevy Blazer 6 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 180000 miles

I have taken the mounting bolts out of the satarter and I'm having trouble dropping it out from under the truck, is there a trick to getting this out

FOUND 4035 RELATED QUESTIONS

1 Answer

Tiny

Wrenchtech

August, 20, 2010 AT 8:20 PM

STARTER MOTOR REPLACEMENT

UTILITY

Remove

* Place the vehicle on a hoist.

1. Negative battery cable.
2. Brush end mounting bracket (if equipped).
3. Solenoid wiring.

O Raise the vehicle.

4. Skid plate (if equipped).
5. Bolts and the two brackets holding the brake pipe to the crossmember.
6. Crossmember (three bolts on each side).
7. Bracket holding the transmission fluid cooler lines to the flywheel housing, brace rod to the flywheel housing, and/or the lower flywheel housing if necessary.
8. Two bolts holding the starter to the engine.
9. Starter and the shim (if equipped).

Install

1. Starter and shims in their original locations (if equipped) to the engine with bolts.

Tighten

* Starter mounting bolts to 43 Nm (32 lbs. Ft.).

2. Lower flywheel cover (if removed).
3. Transmission lines bracket to the housing (if equipped).
4. Brace rod to the housing (if equipped).
5. Crossmember to the frame end with six bolts.
6. Two brake line brackets to the crossmember with bolts.
7. Skid plate (it equipped).
8. Solenoid wiring
9. Brush end brace and wiring (if equipped).

Tighten

* Brush end brace nuts to 11 Nm (97 lbs. In.).

10. Wires to the solenoid terminals.
11. Negative battery cable.

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