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How to take out transmission in 98 blazer 4x4

How to take the bellhousing bolt's out at the top

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Easiest is from on top of motor. Its a paine in the A. A quarter of a turn at a time. Unless you can lower trans down far enought to get a long extention and a swivel socket on them, but i always found it easier from the top.

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There is a wobbler extension you can use or crawl under the hood and use a wrench.make sure you have the torque converter loose as well

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