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Need to remove automatic transmission from 2000 blazer 4X4, have all items unattached, bolts removed, but it looks like there is no room to get the unit out from underneath. Do I have to remove the motor also. How can I get it out without removing the motor?? What method do I use to remove the transmission?

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They are riveted into the lower control arm. You can chisel them out OR...if u have air tools...u can grind the rivets off, them punch them thru the bottom of the lower control arm. Make sure you place GOOD, STRONG jackstands under the control arm. I believe that is a torsion bar suspension so be very careful. You'll also need to pop the upper ball joint out of the spindle to change the lower ball joint. Good luck.

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What is the normal operating temperature of a 4 speed automatic for a 1996 S10 Blazer 4x4. What would happen if the fluid was very low and you kept driving. could this cause the motor to start to have a knocking noise ?

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Check the Actuator directly underneath the battery and battery tray.... if the rubber is torn there's your problem... I had the same problem 2 years ago

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