take off the + side battery cable. you have 2 14mm or 9/16 bolts on the bottom of the starter. i have found it almost impossible to reach the wires until you drop it down. then you just remove the wires and replace in reverse order. sometimes you have to shim the starter, but most of the time just replace it
Not to disagree with the answer above but ... there are lots of variables to this question. First,.. There is a different process if you are working on a 2wd or 4wd.. also if its a manual transmission or automatic, V8 or not. On a 2wd V8 automatic it is much simpler of a process.. I find since I removed one out of both this evening. on a 2wd and depending on the type of starter you have in it .. it may require an 8mm wrench or short socket , 15mm wrench or short socket for the wiring and a 9/16 deep-well with a 6inch extension (for clearance of the transmission lines) for the bolts that secure the starter in place. if you start by loosening the bolts that secure it almost all the way it will make it much easier to gain access to the wires that you gotta disconnect. ( oh and disconnect the battery since the wires will short out fuses if they touch anything or could give you an unwanted shock). once you got the wires disconnected then just push up on the starter with one hand and use the other hand to undo the 2 bolts that you already loosened up. and that's all there is to it .. just reverse the process when replacing it by starting the 2 mounting bolts just a turn or 2.....
now.. on a 4WD V8 manual transmission model it sucks even more because you have alot LESS room to work. .. I found the only way to access the starter for removal is to first undo the 2 bolts that hold in your Clutch slave cylinder and carfully pull it back out of the housing with the hydrolic line still attached (so you dont lose any clutch fluid and have to re-bleed your clutch after).. be watchfull to not kink the line going to it and im sure you understand why... so moving on lol... once you have that clutch slave cylinder pulled out and moved a bit out of your way .. the process I mentioned above would be the next steps .. just be sure when replacing the starter .. when you re-secure the clutch slave cylinder you align the push rod correctly .. if your not sure .. remove the plug bolt that is on the side of the housing so you can see if its in the proper place .. its much simpler than it seems ... .I hope this helps and again this is not to disagree to what was said earlier .. thanks and god bless
It is mounted on the top of the starter.
The transmission must be removed to change the flywheel.
It is bolted to top of starter.
In the fuel tank.
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it has throttle boddy
1990 through 1998
most 88-98 Chevy pickups are basically the same. the only difference between yhe cheyenne and silverado is the trim.
If you mean a low fuel light, then NO.
the modulater on a 90 shevy silverado is located under the dashboard mounted on the steering colum
If you are looking for the starter solenoid, it is attached to the starter.
Yes, it's in the fuel tank.
About 12 MPG. HWY. 10 in town
They were not used on that year.
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Under the engine on the passenger side.
If your 1990 Chevy silverado is a short bed (6 foot), 350 cu. in. V8, and you're using the rear bumper to tow from, then the capacity is 4000 pounds. The tongue weight is 400 pounds.
Yes it can be. But most of the time it comes as a complete unit.
It is under the dash where the passagers feet go.