Chevrolet Engine Removal?

Answer Removing the engine from a Chevrolet is not a complicated project but does require attention to detail. The most important procedure is to disconnect the various components and accessories methodic... Read More »

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How to Hook Up an Engine Hoist for Engine Removal?

Engine hoists are used by mechanics to remove the engine from a vehicle. These hoists are designed to lift engines of varying sizes and weights, so they have different settings to ensure the most f... Read More »

Chevrolet Venture Oil Pan Removal?

A Chevy Venture is a full-size minivan with a standard Chevy V6 engine. The oil pan is in the center of the bottom of the engine. The exhaust pipes divert around the oil pan so they won't need to ... Read More »

Chevrolet S-10 Alternator Removal?

Chevrolet's late model S-10 pickup trucks are equipped with a 100-amp alternator that supplies all of the power for the engine and accessories as well as charging the battery. The stator rotating w... Read More »

Chevrolet Ignition Lock Removal?

Most Chevrolet vehicles have one of two types of ignition locks; a lock that snaps into place or a lock that is bolted into place. If you're planning to remove your ignition lock yourself, there ar... Read More »