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How many bolts are there in the transmission bell housing of a 95 chevy blazer

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should be no problem
bell housings are made to fit the engine not the transmission as the transmission is used across a range of manufacturers so if the bell housing is of an engine that is the same as yours then it should fit your transmission

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Bell housing is the area where your transmission bolts to the engine. There any bolts all around it. You need to count them all and give them the exact amount.

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I'm pulling a transmission out of a 95 f150 4x4.I have the transmission cooler lines disconnected, drive shaft, tranfercase,dipstick, linkage, 6 bellhouse bolts and it like something else stopping it

have you removed the bolts holding the torque converter to the flex plate as the torque converter should be pulled with the transmission and not separately
make sure that there is not a bell housing bolt from the front going back into the bell housing

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A cannot get the top center bolt out of the bell housing into the engine block on my 4l60e transmission in my 2001 chevy silverado 4x4

to remove the upper bell housing center bolts on a 4L60E (not an E if it's 4wd by the way but we'll go with that for now)
you will have to unbolt the transmission from the crossmember and drop it down which will in turn tilt your motor back and allow you better access to those two top bolts. Put your two bottom bolts back in finger tight before you drop the transmission down though or you stand the chance of breaking the bell housing when it's tilted back. you can also use a floor jack on your crank pulley on the front of the motor. Jack up on it and the motor will tip back but not if you have the transmission bolted in place still. hope this helps

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There are like 6 bolts around the bell housing that bolt the transmission to the engine. Two transmission lines that need to be removed from the transmission, linkage for shifter, driveshaft, started,(disconect the battery) torque converter bolts and a few other small conections. The main thing is that when you are assembling it that the converter is all the way in the transmission. If not, the transmission will not **** to the engine and you may try to tighten the bolt which will bust the ears off the bellhousing on the transmission. Just don't force anything.

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Need to know bolt size transmission 1991 s10

The heads are actually 9/16, the bell housing bolts are standard, not metric. All the other bolts are metric.

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I cant get to the top bell housing bolts on my 96 chevy blazer

One way is to remove the back transmission /engine mount. Take the weight of the transmission on a car jack and lower it a few inches, Make sure that no pipes snag or the back the engine catches on the bulk head etc. A couple of wrench extension arms fitted end to end and a universal joint behind the socket should reach those difficult bolts from underneath the vehicle by accessing up between the chassis and the bell housing from the rear. Keep that transmission supported at all times as the full weight of the engine etc is pivoting around the front engine mounts! As an added bit of safety insert one of the lower bolts back into to bell housing and only very lightly tighten it. This should allow the top bolts to be taken out without risking sudden separation of the tranny from block at the bottom putting strain on the upper bolt shafts . When the top bolts are out support the rear of the engine on wooden blocks or some such and only then go to move the 'safety' bottom bolt prior to separation

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Would a gm trans model 4L60e replace a 4060e for a 1998 chevy pick-up 305 v-8 4x4 ?

It is the same transmission but the 99 has a different bolt pattern. If the 1998 has a removable bell housing(it could be either way) You will have to switch the bell housings. The bell housing on the 99 is removable. If they both have removable bells then it will work.

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I am trying to replace the clutch, pressure plate, and release bearing in a 1997 Chevy S-10 ext. cab 4x4, ZR-2. I have (7) bolts out and I cannot get the transmission to release from the block at the bell...

If you're sure you have all the bell housing bolts out. try to soak the bell housing alignment steel dowels, they are on both lower sides of bell housing. some times they freeze into the housing.
good luck , chris

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