Question about 1995 Chevrolet S-10 CA Edition
Well,it depends on the facilities you have to work with.Hand tools versus air tools.Professional car hoist,or jackstands and a floor jack.You also did not specify 2wd or 4wd,as a 4wd has 2 driveshafts versus one for a 2wd...etc.You also didn't specify automatic or manual trans.Generally speaking,with the facilities i have at work,and air tools,transmission jack,etc.For a 2wd truck,about 1- 2 hours to remove,and 2-3 hours to reinstall.For a 4wd truck,about 2-3 hours to remove,and 3-4 hours to reinstall.Now that's presuming the truck is from down south and not all rusted up,because rusted bolts adds considerably to labor times,and makes a set of torches mandatory.These times i have quoted are coming from an older man that's slowing down some.In my prime years,i could remove a 2wd trans from your truck in about 30 minutes,so,the time is relative to ability too.
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