Question about 1994 Chevrolet C1500
First thing, drain your cooling system. Pull the radiator and the hoses. Take your trans. lines loose. There are little horse shoe type clips where they go into your radiator. You need to take the radiator out. Unhook your battery. Unhook all wiring on the top of the engine like alternator, throttle body, all your sensors. Drop your exhaust manifold pipes down. Take your torque convertor bolts out. Take all your bell housing bolts loose, be sure you support the trans. first. Hook a chain to your engine. Unhook your 2 engine mount bolts. You may want to take the fan assembly off of it. Separate the engine from the trans.. Don't pull too far up, but pull the engine up above the mounts, then pull forward toward the front of the truck. It's not too bad a job. Good luck! Phil
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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