There is a smaller triangle shaped panel at the corner of the window inside the front of the driver's side door. that panel pops off being held by clips. When opened, pull out the rubbery type insulation in the whole. behind it are 3 bolts (relatively hard to access). Luckily i was able to push on the mirror towards the door (to release pressure on the bolts) and unscrew the nuts by hand. Basically, these three bolts unscrew and the mirror is free after a little wiggle and pull. Be sure to disconnect the harness for your powered mirror and keep that from falling within the inside the door as well ( to avoid having to take off the whole door panel to find it )
Replace the new mirror with the 3 bolts in their holes with the gasket fitted in place, replace the nuts from the inside and tighten by hand while pushing the mirror hard into place, then use whatever necessary to further tighten these nuts.
NO it will not.
It just unscrews, It is real tight.
Where what! What is your question?
Engine oil, 4.5 qts with filter change.
Replace it with a good old fashioned manual mirror, believe me you will have less headaches and more money!
NO it will not. The bell housing is different.
Yes but modification will be needed
The Chevy SBC 5.7L 350cid V8 was the standard
5.7 liter vortec.
1996 Chevy blazer timing chain
drop the fuel tank
same way you would on any other vehicle