HOW DO I REMOVE THE FRONT DRIVE SHAFT FROM THE TRANSFER CASE ON A S10 TYPE (NO BOLT YOKE SOME RUBBER TYPE YOKE)
2001 Chevrolet Blazer • 197,500 miles
I need to get the front drive shaft not half shaft to r&r the transfer case
The yoke can't be rubber. Isn't it held on by universal joints?
March 3, 2012.
March 3, 2012.
On my 2001 4x4 blazer lt the front propeller shaft(drive shaft)is connected to the transfer case without any yoke and u-joints as the front of the shaft has going to the front pinion. I worked for chevrolet as a line mechanic years ago, but I never saw a setup like this. It is standard on the v6/auto for this year and the newer years, it is also on trail blazers, so someone knows how this comes apart. Your dodge expert's answer was it can't be rubber. Well it is and its standard, so maybe ya'll know a chevy guy that knows how these come apart. Really need some help here guys.
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