Question about 2000 Chevrolet Astro
I replaced mine myself. I jacked the front end up high enough to work under and set it on jackstands so I could usemy floor jack to lift the motor. I did the drivers side first, which was easier, but not easy. I'm a a printing press mechanic, so I have lots of tools. I had to use universal sockets through the frame to get at the bolts. There are three bolts down through the base flange and one long bolt front to rear. Jack the motor up with a block of wood under the oil pan to get the bolts out. The passenger side was a real bear of a job. It had an amazing quieting effect on the engine noise level.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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