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I did this today on my '95 Lumina w/3.1. Raise the car. Make sure it's secure, as the starter bolts can be rather tight and you might need to torque pretty hard. I had mine on ramps. Drain the oil and remove the oil filter, after it has drained, remove the plastic oil filter guard which is directly under the filter, three small bolts here. Loosen and remove two of the three nuts on the solenoid: the small nut which holds the ground wire and then one of the two 13mm nuts - the one that attaches the power wires. There is no need to remove the other 13mm nut for the wire that connects the starter to the solenoid. Loosen and remove the plastic cover where the starter meets the flywheel, this is only one small bolt. This part just keeps the dust and dirt out of the flywheel. There are only two bolts that hold the starter to the engine block, both are located near the flywheen end of starter. They are 15mm bolts and go from the direction of the bottom of the car up. One is located and accessible in front of the lower cross member and the other is located behind it. The one in front is a straight shot and easily reached with a long extention on the rachet. Mine was very tight and required a pipe on the rachet to break it lose. The one on the rear is a little trickier but not too tough if you have a swivel elbow for the socket. After these bolts are removed, the starter will be loose and can slide out easily through the bottom in the opening where the oil filter was. Installation is pretty easy and just the reverse of removal. Good luck.

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โˆ™ 2020-05-01 11:13:21

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โˆ™ 2020-10-13 19:09:02

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Q: How do you get a 1995 Chevrolet Lumina starter out?
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