the transmissions should fit just fine and i would use the one original to the truck even though manual ones are more realible.
No, it will not work. The 86 is a mechanically controlled transmission, vs. the electronically controlled transmission of the 96 (which also means the engine ECM will be programmed to function with that electronically controlled transmission).
You can't. The 4L80E is an electronic computer controlled transmission. The 88 blazer computer will no shift the transmission are even begin to work.
No. The 2001 TrailBlazer was simply a trim package for the Blazer, which used an electronically controlled 4L60E transmission. The 1992 pickup would have a mechanical 4L60 transmission.
That transmission does not have a modulator valve on it. It is computer controlled to a point.
Yes, a major one - the 1995 transmission is electronically controlled, and requires interfacing with the ECM. The 1992 transmission is mechanical, and will not be compatible with an electronically controlled engine.
Remove all wires attached to the transfer case. Remove the driveshafts. Drain the fluid out of the transfer case. Place a transmission jack under the transfer case. Unbolt the transfer case from the transmission. Unbolt the crossmember the transfer case rests on.
It is bolted to the back of the transmission and then the driveshaft on the rear slides into it.
It can mount, but it won't work - the 99 would have had an electronically controlled 4L60E transmission, whereas the 92 had a mechanical transmission.
In most cases, you will find the speed shift sensor for your 1998 Chevy Blazer located on the backside of your transfer case. The transfer case is located on the transmission.
on the top of the transmission its on the transfer case with 3 vacuum lines coming out of it.
DEXRON-III automatic transmission fluid. 2.4 QTS.
It'll fit, but it won't work - the 4L60E is an electronically controlled transmission, whereas the 4L60 (itself simply a rebadged 700R4) is a mechanically controlled transmission. 1992 was the last year mechanical transmissions were used in these vehicles.
The speed sensor is located on the transmission on tail shaft behind the transfer case
82 Blazer 4x4 TransmissionI had an 85 quite a while ago and I'm thinking the transfer case bolted straight to the transmission? If the transmission is out of a 4WD I don't think there is a problem. Cannot give you an absolute guarantee. 82 Blazer 4x4 TransmissionI had an 85 quite a while ago and I'm thinking the transfer case bolted straight to the transmission? If the transmission is out of a 4WD I don't think there is a problem. Cannot give you an absolute guarantee.
The automatic transmission fluid temperature sensor on a 1997 Chevy Blazer S10 is located on top of the transfer case. It is in the engine compartment.
You'll have to disconnect all cables and wires from the transmission and transfer case (if applicable). You'll need a transmission jack. First, you disconnect and remove the driveshafts. How you proceed from there is up to you. You can remove the bell housing, transmission, and transfer case (if applicable) as a single unit if you have an adequate transmission jack to do it. Or, you can remove the transfer case, then the transmission, then the bell housing. However, then you replace the transmission, you'll want the bell housing to already be mounted to the transmission.
The 1987 Chevy S 10 blazer five-speed standard transmission will bolt to the automatic transfer case. The transmission mounts will need to be swapped and the shifting linkage will be different.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
If it's a 4x4 with a manual transfer case, you can do this by putting the transfer case in neutral. If it has a manual transmission (either 2x4 or 4x4), you can do this by putting the transmission in neutral. If it's an automatic and it doesn't have a manual transfer case, you would have to remove the driveshaft(s).
Yes. They both use the 4L60E transmission.
Yes, they both had the same transmission options.
Un hook the electric conector on top of switch and screew it out with a wrench. EASY JOB