The 1996 Chevy S 10 pickup truck bell housing is held in place with eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the bell housing will separate from the transmission.
NO it will not. The bell housing is different.
Typically, right below and in front of the passanger's feet, it attaches to the engine block and sticks through to make contact with the flywheel/flex plate inside the bell housing.
A 4L60 (NOT a 4L60E) from a 2WD pickup will work. It MIGHT be possible that you'll need to use the original bell housing from the Caprice, although I can't for sure that this is the case.
Get under your truck, the starter is going to be where the bellhousing of the tranny meets the motor. you'll see where it is as there will be an irregularity in the bell housing.
no yes a bb Chevy bell housing can fit a sbc. but you should remember that 10 in or a 10.5 in bell housing will not fit an 11 in pressure plate. Just make sure that the bell housing will fit the pressure plate and you'll be just fine.
There are 6 bolts that holds the transmission to the engine.
on the slave cylindar rite next to the hole in the bell housing
The bell housing is the front of the transmission, the end that bolts to the engine.The bell housing is the front of the transmission, the end that bolts to the engine.
Flywheels are fitted by engine and crankshaft pattern. Not bell housing diameter
if your facing the truck with the hood open its on the lower left hand side bolted to the bell housing, below the intake manifold, directly below the fuel filter
Top passenger side of the bell housing.Top passenger side of the bell housing.
Get under the truck. Look at the front of the bellhousing, on the passenger side of the vehicle. You'll see the starter sticking out of the front of the bell housing there.
You will have to REMOVE the transmission and when you look in the bell-housing you will see the slave cyclinder. Remove the 4 bolts that hold it in place and replace it.
inside the transmission bell housing
No. The bell housing is actually on the transmission.
passender side bell housing
YES. It will have 3 bolts that hold it in place in the bell housing. Must remove transmission to service.
No. The 235 had a totally different bolt pattern.
An integrated bell housing means it is part of the transmission assembly and can't be removed from the transmission. A non integrated bell housing allows the end user to remove the housing from the transmission usually by unbolting it.
Nope, the 94 would be a half circle bell housing and the 97 would be a full circle bolt on bell housing.