Question about Chevrolet Impala
First thing to do is remove the hood,next disconnect one of the battery cables,( I assume you have a chain hoist or a portable hoist)
if you don't have you can rent one for so much a day. make sure you put pulling chains on the motor, you will probably have to take off the valve cover when you get that done remove two head bolts, one at hook the chains through the head bolts, now make the chains are taught front of the motor and one at the back. now on each side of the motor (lower part of motor) you will fine the motor mounts, make sure you don't have the chains to tight just snug, when you have the motor mounts bolt loose, not taken clear out. You will to disconnect the drive shaft from the truck, I think it will a 7/16 or a 1/2 inch bolts you have to remove, another thing , have a pan ready because the transmission oil will leak out the tail of it. ok here we go,find the tranny mounts and remove the bolts(be darn careful under there. something I did not mention before, make sure you remove the radiator and of course all the wires and fuel lines oil lines,etc.I hoped I helped have a happy thanksgiving.
Posted on Nov 15, 2014
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