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How do you remove a starter from a 1995 GMC Jimmy?

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2015-07-15 21:09:33
2015-07-15 21:09:33

If this is a 4X4, this can be a little tricky, you can access the wiring to starter through the wheel well, this starter is probably expensive, as it is smaller than the average bear. Good luck. HTH

You first need to look under your passenger wheel well and remove the nut that connects your wire to the starter (also there is another wire with a smaller nut to disconnect from the starter). Next remove the cover plate that�s directly below the front of the starter, there should be six bolts to remove. Then remove the two bolts out of the starter, after the starter is loose. You then should be able to angle the back of the starter up towards the wheel-well. Now you should have enough room to take the smaller wire off of the back of the starter. After that�s off you�re able to remove the whole starter from your car.

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