1970 z28 Starter

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  1. kkbcg

    kkbcg New Member

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    Does anyone know the correct parts number and date code for the starter and flywheel for a 1970 z28 automatic. The motor was assembled Febuary 13, 1970.

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  2. Gary S

    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    My GM service manual shows that the starter should be a 11008430. Date should be earlier than engine assembly date.
     
  3. 69LM1

    69LM1 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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  4. kkbcg

    kkbcg New Member

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    Thanks for the info. The one on the car is a 1109068 with a OD24 date. It has the brown cap on the solenoid. Is this a correct replacement starter?
     
  5. COPO

    COPO Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Closest # in the Camaro parts book is
    1109063 - 1976 6 cyl w st trans
     
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  6. Gary S

    Gary S Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

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    I found 1109068 listed as a 1981 Truck 454 starter. It should be a heavy duty starter, but not correct for a 1970 Z28.
     
  7. Ricks72Z28

    Ricks72Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    The starter on my car is also the 1109068 coded 0B 04, and my car is a 4D car with Auto.
     
  8. 6KMile70Z28

    6KMile70Z28 Guest

    Here is a picture of my starter.
    Z28 TH400 07C car.
    July 14, 1970 stamp.
     
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  9. Ricks72Z28

    Ricks72Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thanks, I already swithced to the 1108430 starter, the 1109068 probally was the replacement in the 80's, so thanks for following up.
     

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