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Chevy S10: Trying to remove starter

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Trying to remove starter from Chevy S10 and 2.2litre. Got undone but unable to remove how do you remove it
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Eric replied 5 years ago.
Hi,

here are directions:

  1. On the 2.2L engine, remove the brace rod from the front of the engine and the bell housing.
  2. On 2.2L engines, remove the drivers side wheel to access the starter motor wires and the starter motor attaching bracket-to-engine bolt through the opening in the wheel well.
  3. Disengage the wires from the starter solenoid.
  4. On the 2.2L engine, remove the attaching bracket-to-engine mount bolt.
  5. Remove the starter-to-engine block bolts. When removing the last bolt, be sure to support the starter to keep it from falling and possibly injuring you.
  6. Carefully lower the starter and shims (if equipped) from the vehicle.

  7. Added tips:
You need the front tires hanging down so that you get added clearance.

 


After all the mounting bolts have been unfastened, slide the starter motor forward, tilt the rear end up and remove the starter motor. This may involve a little bit of twisting and turning but it will come out

Expert:  Eric replied 5 years ago.

here are directions:

  1. On the 2.2L engine, remove the brace rod from the front of the engine and the bell housing.
  2. On 2.2L engines, remove the drivers side wheel to access the starter motor wires and the starter motor attaching bracket-to-engine bolt through the opening in the wheel well.
  3. Disengage the wires from the starter solenoid.
  4. On the 2.2L engine, remove the attaching bracket-to-engine mount bolt.
  5. Remove the starter-to-engine block bolts. When removing the last bolt, be sure to support the starter to keep it from falling and possibly injuring you.
  6. Carefully lower the starter and shims (if equipped) from the vehicle.

  7. Added tips:
You need the front tires hanging down so that you get added clearance.

 

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After all the mounting bolts have been unfastened, slide the starter motor forward, tilt the rear end up and remove the starter motor. This may involve a little bit of twisting and turning but it will come out

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Where is my reply
Expert:  Eric replied 5 years ago.
Hi,

here it is again:

here are directions:

  1. On the 2.2L engine, remove the brace rod from the front of the engine and the bell housing.
  2. On 2.2L engines, remove the drivers side wheel to access the starter motor wires and the starter motor attaching bracket-to-engine bolt through the opening in the wheel well.
  3. Disengage the wires from the starter solenoid.
  4. On the 2.2L engine, remove the attaching bracket-to-engine mount bolt.
  5. Remove the starter-to-engine block bolts. When removing the last bolt, be sure to support the starter to keep it from falling and possibly injuring you.
  6. Carefully lower the starter and shims (if equipped) from the vehicle.

  7. Added tips:
You need the front tires hanging down so that you get added clearance.

 

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After all the mounting bolts have been unfastened, slide the starter motor forward, tilt the rear end up and remove the starter motor. This may involve a little bit of twisting and turning but it will come out

Expert:  Eric replied 5 years ago.
Hi,

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