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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BROKEN-ONE, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. BROKEN-ONE

    BROKEN-ONE Registered Member

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    how hard is it to change the motor mounts in a 91' s10 blazer 4.3 l 4x4 ? and what is involved ? serious answers please . thanks for any help .
     
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    please help

    ttt, being told the front diff has to come out of the truck to do this , and chilton is of no use .
     
  3. goldwing2000

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    I know changing mounts on a 2WD was no picnic, so I can imagine a 4x4 is a real treat.

    Taking out the front diff shouldn't be a big deal, though. You might even be able to just drop it down out of the way without completely removing it.

    Check eBay for a factory service manual.
     
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    try going to s10extremist.org or other s10 forums were people probably have experience in these..will probably save you some headache
     
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    My book says 4.3 hours... so pretty much a bitch...
    gabe
     
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    GEORGIA GABE 1/2 ton status

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    if you need step by steps just pm me a fax # for ya
    gabe
     
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    Thank You

    thanks to every one who answered . i know its not a fullsize blazer . but it is good to be able to ask a question about this truck . many thanks .
     
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    b1, Im still looking for the step by step instructions. The 4.3 hours is with a lift... I would not even think about doing it in the driveway... and this is from someone who has replaced a tj clutch on the trail...
     
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    i replaced the motor mounts in mine in my driveway it was not that bad, the worst part was getting a wrench to some of the bolts, its only 4 blots per mount, you remove the thru bolt and then using wood on top of the floor jack jack the engien up by the oil pan this gives you a lot of clearence to get at the mount and change it
     
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    you realize its an s10 right?
     
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    yes, i did it on my 93 s-10 blazer
     

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