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1994 Chevy S-10 V6 Vortec engine 4X4 Changing flywheel

I have teh inspection plate off, the cross members loose, the trans lines are off, the drive shafts are off, and I'm stuck there.

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  • ghostofspart Jan 02, 2009

    does

  • ghostofspart Jan 02, 2009

    does the exhaust have to come off

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Separate the trans from the transfer case
and unbolt the torque converter.
the the bell housing bolts

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

  • paul erickson
    paul erickson Jan 02, 2009

    if you pull it it makes the job easy.

    but we have done it on a hoist without removing it

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