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Engine removal on 4x4 blazer

Hi,how do you remove the 2 bolts in top.any ideas or tools that i need to buy
thanks a million

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    RAY CRAZE May 11, 2010

    i need a little clearer picture of just what exactly your doing

    thanks,, ray

  • fixeditagain May 11, 2010

    2 bolts on top of what ? The back end of the engine block where it meets the tranny bell housing ?

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If you remove the motor mounts, it gives you enough clearance. if you have a hoist to use, it is easier to lower the trans and remove the two bolts

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