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Will a transmission out of a 95 blazer 4.3 bolt up to a 99 blazer 4.3?

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The belhousing on the 95 and the 99 are different.

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The flywheel bolt wont line up to where i can get the torque conveter bolts in


Make sure the torque converter is in all the way. It should spin freely and be about 1/2 - 1/4 inch away. You can either put a big socket on the bolt in the front of the harmonic balancer and turn the engine to where you can easily access the flywheel holes. Then while spinning the torque converter push in into the transmission. You may have to try to get a pry bar up in near the center of the torque converter to push it straight in (while spinning it). If not, you will either have to separate it again (take out the two side lower bolts first and insert some LONG ones of the same thread to give you room and keep it lined up) and remove the other 4 bolts completely. If you're sure it's in all the way. Either the torque converter or flywheel may be wrong. If you have a 4L60E and someone gave you a '98 or '00 there could be a problem as the '99 is supposed to be '99 only. Some people say otherwise. However it's been my experience that the '99 Astro/Safari/s10/s15 4 WD and AWD will work fine but other years sometimes have the peanut (small) converter. Or someone may have assumed that the 4L60E was the same from a full sized GM 4x4 product. I hope that helps. If so please leave a testimonial and rate my assistance. Thanks for using Fixya.

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Will another tranny fit on a 95 chevy blazer


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I have a 93 chevy s-10 blazer tahoe edition with the 4.3L and a 4L60E tranny. I was wondering if there are any other transmissions that will bolt up to this becuz mine is no longer any good. I have...


No its kind of specific I have a 96 4.3 s10 blazer you can stay with in your model years early 95 and back later 95 to 99 are the same You need to stay with in your year range and im not even sure early 95 would work for you Ckeck the vin #with the dealer all the information is with in that # But 86 87 i don;t think will work all you can do is check good luck

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I have a 95 chery blazer transmission,came out of a s10. Will it fit in my 1996 Blazer Lt (s-10 same thing). Ive replaced before with a 96 astro van tranning and worked fine. I noticed the 95 tranning has...


It should work for you as long as there both 4L60E transmission, but take not there were a few changes to the transmission case and everything internal are the same. The key distinction of the Later 4L60-E (1997-2006) from the Early 4L60-E (1992-1997) or 4L60 (1990-1992) or 700R4 (1982-1989) is the six-bolt "hex" rear output or tailhousing / adapter pattern. The previous versions featured a four-bolt square bolt pattern at the adapter or tailhousing. Additionally, the removeable bellhousing is also another distinguishing feature. The Late 4L60-E transmission has a three piece case of cast aluminum alloy; bellhousing, main case, and tailhousing. GM shortened the package to 21.9" long - equivalent to a manual transmission of 15.4". Good luck and you should not have any problems swapping out the transmission.

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Will a 95 saturn 1.9 manual transmission bolt to a 98 saturn 1.9 automatic transmission?


This is the automotive equivalent of a ***-change operation. In short, dont do it...
The problem you have is not if the tranny will fit (which it won't as a direct bolt-in replacement), the problem is in everything else that needs to be moded. Your engines computer is not programed to recognize or work with a manual tranny. You would need to modify the console to accept a manual shifter, install a clutch and clutch pedal assembly, plumb the needed fluid systems, and replace the entire wiring harness in the engine bay. In short, if you are asking - this won't go well and even if it did work, the car would not be reliable. By the time you spend everything involved in this project, it would be much cheaper to buy a 95 or 98 Saturn with the transmission that you prefer.

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sorry but your stuck with the 4l60e if you want it to be right. as for using the bravada transmission thats fine you just have to use your transfer case. your transfer case uses a switch on the dash and an electric motor on the transfer case. the bravada uses a series of sensors on the front and rear axle that sense wheel slippage and send a signal to the electric motor on the transfer case causing it to lock in four wheel drive. when the sensors dont sense wheel slippage any more the system returns to two wheel drive. that,s why they call it smart track. just unbolt your transfer case from your transmission and bolt it to the bravada transmission and install it. p.s- dont forget to at least change the front pump converter seal. for 4 or 5 bucks it,s cheap insurance against a major leak and i dont think you want to pull that transmission out again and yes i saw that happen to many times. good luck.-G.J.M

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