How To Replace Your Starter | Chevy Truck Starter How To Do It YourSelf




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Michelle Severino: Great video! Very self explanitory. You made it seem possible. Helpful hints along the way.

warf 1955: I payed $186.00 for mine

Jason Billings: I ought an 03 2500hd with the 6.0. I just bought a new battery for it a few weeks ago and had been starting fine. Now when I try to crank it it will try hard to start and then fail to and start with the rapid clicking after it tries to turn over. I can ususally get it to turn over and start after a few times of trying. Do you think I need to replace the starter? I figured that's what it was which led me to your video.

Meathooks McGee: Thanks for the ten minute tutorial on selecting sockets for a drive :/

Alberto Rodriguez: Very Simple, But I still needed a third hand to hold up one side of the starter on my 01 Chevy S10 PU... Starter still working ..feels gr8 to be your own mechanic with good tools.. Thanks Brother

Becky Sams 3%er: Thank you for the video!!!
I replaced a starter on a 1997 Chevy Blazer myself, you are correct it takes alot of patience getting the new one back in because there is not alot of room under there.
A little Lock tight on the 2 main mounting bolts help too!
So if a girl can do the job just by watching your video then anyone can do it and SAVE a ton of money doing it yourself!!!๐Ÿ˜3%ersโค๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

J. Floyd: The nut below the wire connector can be removed (not needed) to allow the connector to seat in the slot.

TomsFruitStand: I put a starter on my 6.0. When I connected the battery and started it up it started fine, but it idles weird. Jumps between 500-800 rpm. The oil pressure jumps around a bit too.

Stu Stewart: Seems to me you should have taken the last nut off and then your tab would have reached the notch you were talking about!

NorthernChev: He gives very good advice on the difficulties associated with removing this starter. You should make sure you actually watch the entire video.

Charles Harvey: I'm having problems with replacing my starter on a 1989 Chevy Silverado C1500, 2 door. I have the main 2 bolts out, but those 2 wires connected to the start is hell.

Ricky Villa: ty lots of help thumps up

Richard Cranium: Huge help man thank you

Isaia Falo: "Might have to get you a ranch" grabs hidden valley bottle lol jk. Good and informative vid. Appreciate it!

Saintin: Cameraman no bueno

wuwindz: So these bolts are metric? I thought it would be standard size on a GM.

wuwindz: Thanks for the video. I've gotta change mine on my '02 sierra in a cold icy wet parkihg lot tomorrow. Its got a 7" lift, so I might have better access.

QQTrick1QQ: Great video, I removed the wheel and got to the wires more time less aggravation. Is the starter still working 2 years later ? Nice tool kit may I ask where you got it?

jleron22: Great video man, very informative and im impressed how u hold the camera while doin the work...seems to me that makes the job that much tougher

Robbee Wisher: Thank you for this video, im in rhe middle of a s10 starter swap. No fun! Your constant reminder of being patient has helped.
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