Disconnect the battery then remove the fan shroud. Release the tension on the belt and pull it off the alternator pulley. I use a ratchet with a 3/8" drive inserted into the tensioner pulley for leverage, but I believe they have tool or pry bar for this. The alternator has three bolts keeping it attached, the two on the front are pretty easy to see and remove. On the back side of the alternator is a bracket attching it to the block. There is one bolt (don't remember what size) which is rough to get out. I was able to use a ratchet and deep socket to remove it. ONce I finally got it loose, I disconnected the wiring. Installation is the reverse!
Rear of the engine block.
22L (liters) is 5.81 US gallons.
it is next to the coils at the rear of the engin between the tranmission and the engin
No you don't. They can cut the pipe and weld the flex pipe into place...otherwise it will get VERY costly
The thermostat is on the water pump.(the left side in the front of the car) 2 screws to take out that's all
you can find it on the trans axle next to the starter, its in the owners manual...mike
lr stands for long rifle(uses a bullet) I dont know where you got 22l from
To replace a motor mount on a 1995 Chevy S-10 4-cylinder 2.2L, the engine will need to be hoisted up out of the vehicle until the new motor mount is welded in, if the mount is rusted out. Then lower the engine, keeping it on the hoist until both motor mounts are secured. Then, it will be necessary to hook up all other parts to the motor, like the transmission. If the motor mount is only missing the bolt, then replace the bolt with a new one.
GM doesn't have the fuel pump inertia switch. That's a Ford thing.
That is 6.063 US gallons.