How to Hook Up an '86 Chevy Starter?

Answer After installing a new starter into your 1986 Chevy, you must hook it up to the electrical system. This requires installation of two wires: the starter wire and the generator wire. Then connect the... Read More »

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How to Hook Up a 1980 Chevy Starter Solenoid?

The starter solenoid on the 1980 Chevrolet is attached to the starter. The positive wire from the battery is hooked directly to the starter solenoid. If the solenoid malfunctions, it can be replace... Read More »

How to Tell the Difference If Your Chevy Starter Is a 153- or 168-Tooth Starter?

Chevrolet uses either a 153-tooth or 168-tooth starter depending on which flywheel or flexplate is used on your year, make and model Chevy. Generally, the 153-tooth flexplate was used on small-bloc... Read More »

How to Hook Up a Remote Starter?

If you have longer winters and are not exactly a fan of cold weather, then you may want to consider installing a remote starter kit. Remote starters are convenient for cold weather drivers who enjo... Read More »

How to Hook Up a Standard Starter Solenoid?

When your vehicle does not start properly or makes a clicking sound when you turn the ignition, you may have a bad starter solenoid. You can either take your vehicle to a mechanic or you can instal... Read More »