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Try it and see would be the easiest way as there are a few too many varients to say yes or no
Posted on Apr 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 Chevy Blazer Starter
the starter is located on the passenger side lower motor. it has two bolts in it that hold it in place. it actually goes through a hole/slot in the transmission to the flex plate.
1st. disconnect the negative cable on the battery.
2nd. raise the vehicle safely and place a jack stand under the vehicle out of your way but near where you will be working(for safety).
3rd. remove the two bolts that hold the starter in place.
4th. remove the wires from the back of the starter.
5th. install in reverse order of above.
note: there may be little plates between the starter and the mounting points called shims. if there are then make sure you put them back.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
you have to remove the cover over the torque converter 4 bolts holds this on .you may be able to just move it out of the way. and yes it does sound like a starter problem.i hope this helps
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: transmission interchange
Yes, but the steps involved in switching the 4wd output shaft, over to the 2wd output shaft are very involved. Thats assuming that the bellhousings are identical. (detachable bellhousing) That you do not need a 30 spline input shaft for your torque converter (96+ blazer input shaft splines are all 28 splines, however you may need a 30 spline in order for the correct torque converter to fit your 2wd vehicle.) You will need to know what 2wd output shaft you need, there are quite a few variations. Then you would need to take the pan off, pull the shift soleniod blocking access to the lockup soleniod, remove the lockup soleniod, remove the pump bolts, pull the pump, unhook the 2nd/4th, band remove the reverse drum - 3/4 drum (by pulling the input shaft twards you) then remove the yellow snap ring holding the output shaft in place. Now the output shaft is able to be removed and switched. Re instalation of the drums/pump is tricky as well, as all the clutches need lined back up to slide back onto there corasponding splines. Long story short, it would be alot more trouble than its worth. : )
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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