I went to autozone.com how to repair section and it says for a 4WD non
utility I need to:
Unbolt the engine mounts, then raise and support the engine using a suitable
lifting device. Unbolt the transmission mount and support the transmission
assembly. Remove the starter-to-engine bolts and support the starter. Rotate
the starter as necessary for access, then tag and disconnect the solenoid
wiring. Carefully lower the starter and shims (if equipped) from the
vehicle. Note the location of any shims for installation purposes. If
necessary, remove the shield from the starter assembly.
It continues for a utility model I need to:
If equipped, remove the brush end mounting bracket.
If equipped, remove the transfer case shield. Unfasten the bolts that attach
the brake pipe-to-transmission bracket to the transmission crossmember and
remove the brackets. Unfasten the transmission crossmember bolts, (usually
three on each side). Unfasten the transmission mount bolts, support the
transmission assembly with a transmission jack and slide the transmission
crossmember out of the way. Remove the bracket that attaches the
transmission cooler lines to the flywheel housing, brace rod to the flywheel
housing, and/or the lower flywheel housing as necessary. If equipped, note
the location of the shims. This will help during reassembly. Unfasten the
starter motor mounting bolts. Remove the starter and if equipped, the
I guess I dont know what a utility model is I thought a Jimmy is a SUV.
Looking at it I think I can just unbolt it and slide it out toward the rear.
Problem is its in a parking lot where my daughter works. I dont think its a
major job like they say on the web site my thinking a couple hours tops.