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    Jr. Apprentice
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    Feb 2010
    Soggy Western Oregon

    Default 1999 Chevy S-10 2wd 4.3L engine R&R

    Was searching for Engine R&R, replacement and various other ways of putting it.
    No joy.
    What is the accepted method for putting the engine back in the truck? Engine and tranny together, or separate?

    The engine was shipped with everything still on it, including the complete wiring harness, and
    everything still connected to it, including the shift module. Is there a best practices way to sling
    the engine/engine transmission for the trip back in? Will I need to remove the radiator support to do so?
    The fan is still mounted up, along with the induction clear out to the cold air intake. Really complete!
    This is a 1999 S-10 2 wheel drive standard cab pickup. 4.3W going in the place of the 4.3X (Bad rod and crank.)
    Last edited by Ceej; 04-21-2013 at 02:44 PM. Reason: Answered my own question about exhaust manifolds...

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