How do I get the back two bolt out from on top transmission on bell housin of my 2000 chrey blazer?

Asked by Sep 23, 2013 at 11:52 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4-Door 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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sometimes you have to get on top of the engine to get at them an you will need a box end wrench. unless you have the trans hanging and have a lond extension and swifels for your ratchet and socket. They can be a mf sometimes to get at

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remove the transmission mount....temporarily~

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Drop the engine and trans a little bit. Once yoy get them out, bolt back the trans and pull the engine, or if it is the trans you are removing, re-attach the engine and pull the trans.

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take a ball peen hammer and keep punchin' the firewall with the peen end.....ok, not really, but is THE caveman solution~

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Make sure if it is a Chevy engine to remove the distributor, and carburetor for easier access. A super long socket extension with a knuckle extender is sometimes helpful to reach it after dropping the engine and tyranny a bit.

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