Question about 1992 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
There is no "easy way" to do that. There is only one way...Transmission needs to be removed, clutch or converter needs to come off and then the flywheel. I suggest you get a haynes or chiltons to guide you through the procedure (too long to write here). One tip...use guide bolts (two long bolts in a place where you can easily get to them...I saw the heads off and make a screwdriver slot in each) This helps to properly locate the trans while replacing. Also, Never permit the transmission to hang by the input shaft or converter otherwise unsupported.
If you are uncomfortable working with this, have a shop do it for you. Transmissions are heavy and shops use special jacks to support them. I have done this both ways and balancing a transmission on even a really good floor jack is not fun.
good luck, whichever way you decide to go!
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
On some chevy motors it is possible to disconnect the tranny from the motor jus enough that you can stick a wrench between the torque convertor an th fly wheel and remove the flywheel that way then slide it out and slide the new one in is not easy but it saves time i have done it that way before
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