no GM changed the cases
No. You can remove the engine and leave the transmission in the vehicle.
Unbolt the the power wires after disconnecting the battery. Then pull out the 2 or three bolts holding it in. then pull out the starter. Reverse for installation.
It should be a 4L60E.
Pull the dipstick out of the automatic transmission and read it, will tell you what fluid to use.
A direct bolt in, no.
Will a 2000 blazer transmission fit a 1998 s 10 chevy 4x4 truck
All the V6-powered vehicles of the Gen II (1994 - 2005) GT325 platform vehicles (S10, S15, Blazer, Bravada, Jimmy) have the 4L60E automatic or the NV3500 manual transmission.
It depends on weather its 4x4 or 2 wheel drive there are 8 0n 4x4 and 6 on 2 wheel drive
Not unless the 1992 is 4x4.
Standard or automatic?
Pull the transmission dipstick and read what it says on the stick, it will tell you what fluid it requires.
for chevy s10 blazer v-6
According to Drivetrain here is what fit for an Automatic S10, S15, Jimmy, Sonoma | 1991-04 | L4 2.5L; V6 4.3L | 4 Spd RWD/4X4 | 4L60E Manual Transmission NV3500 See links to confirm. Hope This Helps.
ATF will work. (automatic Transmission Fluid)
most hace the 700 r4
If I recall the S10 series trucks ran the NV3500 manual transmission. This is the same manual transmission that is installed in the C/K 1500 series trucks. The final answer is yes it will work if it is the NV3500.
If you have to ask, then you shouldn't try it.
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).