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How to remove motor when front differential in the way 98Blazer4X

Chiltons Manual doesn't discuss details about 4WD model engine removal for 98Chevy Blazer S10 4WD. In short, having problems getting the motor out of the vehicle. We've separated motor from the transmission but we cant get it to slide off the driveshaft(I don't know the name), the shaft in the center of the flywheel, because the oilpan hits the front differential/transfer case. Also I would like to know where I can access information for this particular project like procedures and/or schematics so that I may be able to search and find the answers in the future for myself. I appreciate any and all the help you can contribute to my problem. Sincerely Thanks,
Matthew

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Get a haynes manual for the vehicle, that has step by step instructions with pics and shows everything....you can get this from autozone, pepboys, etc. that is the better manual and will show you everything you need to know plus tell you how to take it out without damaging anything..... hope this helps you....

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