you post with no year, and want help> really?
manual (stick) or slush pump, A/T cant guess that either.
you want all 25 steps?
why not get the FSM (fact. serv. man.)
or login to alldata.com and just read it. its all there. every bitty step.
no actual engine or transmission state, there are 8 engines used and 4 or more trans,
ill spin the wheel of fortune, 1995 borg T5R stick
- Disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Shift the transmission into Neutral. Remove the gearshift and transfer case shift knobs.
- Remove the 4 console screws and lift the console and shift boot over the shift levers.
- Unbolt and remove the shift lever and its cover plate from the transmission case. If equipped, remove the transfer case shift lever.
- Raise and safely support the vehicle.
- Drain the transmission oil.
- Disconnect and remove the starter.
- Unbolt the the slave cylinder from the transmission case. Don\'t disconnect the hydraulic line.
- Matchmark the driveshaft U-joints to the transmission and differential flanges.
- If the vehicle is equipped with 4WD; matchmark the front driveshaft U-joints to the differential and transfer case.
- Remove the driveshaft and the center bearing.
- Disconnect the front exhaust pipe from the manifold and the catalytic converter. It is not necessary to remove the exhaust pipe from the chassis.
- Disconnect the reverse and neutral switch connectors from the transmission.
- Disconnect the speedometer cable or speed sensor connector from the transmission.
- Remove the flywheel inspection cover.
- Support the transmission with a transmission jack.
- Raise the transmission slightly so the jack supports its weight.
- Support the rear of the engine with a jack or chain hoist.
- Unbolt and remove the center crossmember and the transmission mount.
- With the engine and transmission supported, remove the bolts securing the transmission case to the engine.
- Pull the transmission away from the engine so the mainshaft clears the pressure plate. Remove the transmission from the vehicle.
or login to alldata.com and read about your year car and your engine
and your transmission type,