If you're talking about the pressure plate and clutch plate, you need to remove the transfer case and transmission. If you have a substantial enough transmission jack, you can remove the t-case, transmission, and bell housing all as one unit. If not, you'll need to remove each component individually. Once you've got the bell housing off, you replace the clutch plate and pressure plate. While you're at it, you should replace the pilot bearing and throwout bearing, as well, and inspect your clutch fork for damage, and replace if needed.
Once you put the clutch plate and pressure plate back on, it's absolutely imperative that you torque them to specification. Once all that's done, you put the bell housing, transmission, and t-case back on, then reconnect your driveshafts.
on a 91 blazer s10 4wd
Yes, you can put a 1998 4WD S10 drive-train on a 1997 Chevy Blazer. However, it will not be an easy process and will require a lot of work to get it installed correctly.
You don't. You sell the 4wd to a person who wants it and buy something else!!!
Could be a blown fuse.
A 4WD on a 2001 Chevy S10 Blazer does not work properly after changing its actuator and speed sensor probably due to shorted wires. Also check for loose wiring.Ê
3,893 Lbs. 1769.5 Kg. 1.95 Tons
Horn valve? Please give more info.
i have a 94 late model s10 blazer and i am having the same problem, and it is either the vacume hoses are cracked/ leaking, or your 4wd actuator is dead, the best way to fix this problem is at 4x4posilock.com they have a kit that includes everything to convert your truck from that stupid electronic 4wd, to a cable operated switch, which allows you to 2wd hi 4wd hi, 2wd lo and 4wd lo
Up front, under the power steering pump, not easy to get to.
your "vaccum" switch where the vaccum lines hook to the trasnfer case. is broken, which means it is held open.
you need to remove the transmission then unbolt the clutch from the flywheel.
it could be the idler arm. i have a 96 s10 blazer and the idler arm is bad everytime i parallel park and cut the wheel all the way in either direction my front end pops
YES IT CAN BE DONE BUT YOU HAVE TO HAVE A ETHER A 4WD BLAZER OR S10 THE FRAME IS 2 PEICES WELDED TO GATHER THERE ARE 2 DIFFIRNT FRONT FRAME HALFS 4WD AND 2WD JUST SAPARATE THE TO HALFS AND PUT THE 4WD HALF ON YOUR FRAME AND THEN SWITCH THE REAR END FROM THE 4WD TO THE 2WD AND YOU HAVE A 4WD
The answer depends on what you mean by SUV blazer. GM has manufactured two vehicles with the name Blazer and both were SUVs. The smaller S10/T10 (S denotes 2wd and T denotes 4wd) Blazers were built on GM's small truck platform. A larger SUV simply named "Blazer" was built on the full size C/K (C denotes 2wd and K denotes 4wd) truck platform. In 1995 the full size Blazer was renamed to Tahoe and the S10/T10 designation was dropped from the smaller SUV. This change was in name only; the "Tahoe" continued to be built on the full size platform, and the new "Blazer" continued to be built on the small truck platform. Generally when this question is asked, it is in reference to the 1995+ Blazer models due to confusion caused by some sources referring to them as S10 Blazers while others refer to them as just Blazers. In reference to 1995+ Blazers, there is no difference in a S10/T10 Blazer and Blazer. Prior to 1995, as stated above, the differences are substantial.
How do you change a Master Cylinder and hydraulic clutch line for a 1998 Chevy S10?
what is the wheel base for 1985 s10 blazer
Try getting a new swich button
Yes it will fit.
s10 or full size ?
which hoses???????? you need to be more presice
Answerit should but to be sure ask a pro. contact your local dealer or parts store and have them look it up for you if they are both 2wd or both 4wd both yes. GM used the same automatic for them from 96 to 03
There isn't a neutral safety switch but a clutch switch that is located under the dash on the clutch pedal.
We need to know what year that S10 Blazer is.