Question about 1998 GMC Jimmy
What we did at the dealership was use a long pry bar and make a slight dent in the body just above the bolt.This is the one on the drivers side.Then use a swivel socket to remove the bolt.Not a socket on a universal joint but a swivel socket.It is a 15mm and a long extension.They only gave us about 8 hours to r and r the engine on this babies and if it takes you longer your working for free.Hope this helps.Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Engine Oil 60 ft-lbs.
(Transmission to Block)
Engine Oil 25 ft-lbs.
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