How do you replace the motor mounts on a 1993 Chevy Blazer S-10 4.3?
to replace the motor mounts on a Chevy blazer you need a basic 1/2 in. impact gun, and a cherry picker or engine crane/hoist, pick the motor up to take the weight off the mounts just enough to take some of the weight off the mountsthe mounts are located on the botom side of the engine, between the engine and the frame, remove the y pipe and front skid plate if equiped, unbolt the (2) bolts on the sides of the motor where the motor mount bolts to the frame. after the bolts are out there are 3 bolts, on each side, that hold the motor mount plate to the engine, the motor mount then should come off the engine, then put the new mounts in and reverse the prosess, be sure to apply the emergency brake and take all safety precautions, a helper is always nice i give this on a scale of 1-5 a 3 in dificulty takes about 3 hrs to do on your own with moderate mechanical skills
Need to replace freeze plugs on 1993 Chevy pickup Has 5.7L engine. Plugs are right under the motor mounts. What is the easiest way to replace them?
no Saying no is incorrect... Depending on the motor and what your looking to get out of it, it is very possible.. I have not only seen but transplanted everything from Honda S2000 motors on boost to big block GM 502 crate motors.. As long as you are able to buy or fabricate motor mounts, and are able to tap into the stock wiring harness, either plug and play or adapters/spliceing possabilitys are endless