Old 05-27-07, 07:33 PM
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I m trying to remove a 1998 chevy s-10 transmission and am having trouble getting to the bolts that hold the transmission to the engine, the transmission is as low as I can get it, but I still can't get to the bolts to remove them, what can I do???

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Old 05-28-07, 04:09 AM
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There are sometimes access panels in the floor/firewall. And there may be special wrenches available, otherwise you may have to pull the engine/trans. Check with a local AAMCO.
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You might consider getting a shop manual.

If you are doing things as complicated as transmission work it would be a good idea to get an official GM Chevy shop manual for that specific year and model. They are incredibly detailed.
They are expensive but well worth it if you do much work on the vehicle. If you ever sell the vehicle you can get rid of the manuals on ebay.

Less expensive, immediately available but not nearly as detailed are the manuals at the auto parts stores such as Autozone and Advanced Auto etc.

A source to find where to send for the GM manuals would be to google for a chevy truck forum. Usually there is a thread where someone has posted this info. You might even find an online manual.

Automotive forums are also a great place to look for answers for your present problem.

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