any one who has a 94 chevy S10 blazer 4X4 know if there is any major parts blocking the starter or is it easy?

I need help changing my starter

2 Responses to any one who has a 94 chevy S10 blazer 4X4 know if there is any major parts blocking the starter or is it easy?

  1. dan741226 August 19, 2010 at 4:52 am #

    It’s really not that hard. First thing you need to do is disconnect the battery (so you dont get shocked!!) There are two 15mm bolts you have to take off. Then take off the dust cover bolts. The dust cover is that big shield that covers up your flywheel and move the dust cover over to the side. Most of the time you can move the starter around enough so you can get the two nuts on the starter solenoid loose. Pull the two wires off of the starter solenoid. If you can’t get the starter out of there still (most of the time you can) you will have to take off the exahust nuts on each side. There will be either two or three nuts on each side holding the exahust pipe to the manifold. Spray some W-D40 on them because they will probably be rusty. If they feel like they won’t turn and you think you might break off one of the exauhst studs you will need to use a torch and heat up the nuts (a torch always works best) then twist them off. Anyway bring the exauhst down just far enough to make the dust cover go down a little farther so you can wiggle your starter out of there. It is kind of hard explaining how to work on something when you are typing out the instructions but I did the best I could. All else fails go and buy a chilton’s manual they have picture illustrations that show how to do it on alot of repairs.

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