Start off by buying a Haynes Manual from Autozone. They usually run about $12 or $13. It's got a pretty good description, and has pictures. I haven't actually done this (yet), but from what I've seen, it's a pretty difficult job, and will require unbolting the body from the frame and jacking it up so you'll have room to get to the bolts. If engine is 4.3, engine can be unbolted, with no problem, but 2.8 engine requires almost body removal.
if the blazer is 4x4 and the s-10 has a 4.3 engine then the answer is yes
A 1983 Chevy Blazer transmission will hold 12 quarts of transmission fluid. The manufacturer recommends using a. SEA certified transmission fluid.
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I thought I could remove and replace the transmission in my Blazer, I did get it out but I didn't want to put it back in so I paid a local shop to come and get the blazer, transmission, and all the parts that had to be removed to get the transmission out and finish the job. I would suggest that since you are asking this question, maybe you would be better off going to a transmission shop in the first place. Mine is an automatic, a standard transmission would be much easier.
Blazer does not take off like it should. sluggih slow take off then after it gets going it does wee.
what are the steps to take off transmission from a Oldsmobile cutlass supreme
700r4 if its an automatic
A/T uses Dexron III
Either the engine or the transmission has to come out to replace the torque converter.
take it to a transmission shop
Take the positive cable off the battery, then you have to remove the inspection shield on the transmission and then take the two bolts out of the starter
Five on a filter change, or 12 when dry from an overhaul.
Standard Dexron III. GM cars all take that (at least in 1998).
sawzall or a cutting torch! ;-)
700R4 getting ready to take mine out for the 4th time. Hopefully it will be the last.
2002 blazer want take gas
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I've always taken the engine out, leave transmission in. It probably depends on the shop equipment you have.
Take all your body mounts out and lift your body a couple of inches and block it and you will be able to get to them with ease.
Approximately 5 quarts. Then more in the transfer case itself if emptied.
You blew your transmission, took out the reverse gear. You'll have to take it to a tranny shop and get it rebuilt (not cheap), or replace it yourself with one from a scrap yard. ($600 in parts, a weekend to do it)
When you change the fluid and filter it will hold, 4.2 qts (3 speed trans.) 5.0 qts for a 4 speed.