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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hang drivetrain from above. Remove rack from cradle. Remove all other connections holding the cradle to the body and carefully lower thr cradle out of the car. Now you can unbolt the trans and separate it from the engine.
One of the easiest FWD's to remove - believe it or not
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
SOURCE: how do you remove the
Remove the rear seat. On later models remove the rear upper quarter panel by pulling down & out to disengage the retainer clips, then sliding the roof leg out from under the trim panel over the door. Detach the rear seat belts through the slot in the rear parcel shelf. Pry up the plastic clips securing the rear parcel shelf. Then lift up & out to remove it from the vehicle. Remove the speaker retaining screws or tabs. If the speaker seal has bonded with the metal shelf, hold the tabs & pry the housing away from the metal. Disconnect the electical connector & remove the speaker. Install in reverse order. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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