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Is there a trick to removing the starter on a 95 Chevy blazer there just doesn't seem to be enought room to get it out?

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2007-02-19 18:40:07
2007-02-19 18:40:07

On the 4x4 models you will need to remove the crossmember in most cases to get access to the starter. Have a safe way of supporting the engine while you do this.

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