starter replacement.

Asked by Feb 05, 2017 at 04:20 PM about the 2003 GMC Sonoma SLS Crew Cab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How hard is it to replace a starter, and how long do
you think it will take.

3 Answers

250,655

At a certified shop, it will cost around $400-$700 for a new starter and labor. Check youtube, you might find a video on helping to remove it yourself.

Holy cow! That is a bunch. In my younger days I used to do this stuff all the time, but these newer cars are just a bit different. I am going to crawl under there to see how accessible it is and go from there I guess. It must be a little harder to get to than I was hoping! All this so I can sell a good little truck. Wow!!! Thank you for your answer.

I do not know how my answer got posted under that user. Anyway, Tom, thanks. Holy cow! That is a bunch. In my younger days I used to do this stuff all the time, but these newer cars are just a bit different. I am going to crawl under there to see how accessible it is and go from there I guess. It must be a little harder to get to than I was hoping! All this so I can sell a good little truck. Wow!!! Thank you for your answer. Eaglerose.

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