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Separating bellhousing and transmission from engine

I am in the process of replacing all the clutch components in my 1993 Dodge Dakota 2 wheel drive V-6 engine truck. I'm almost positive that I have removed all the bolts and wiring, but I still can't get the bellhousing to separate from the engine. Could there still be a bolt that is difficult to find or something else that I don't know about which is hindering me from separating the two from each other?

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    im having a bit of hard luck separating the transmission from my engine i have it all striped down but she wont pull away . is there other bolts or nuts that need to come off from the fly wheel or?how and were would i find them

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Make sure you have the transmission supported and try to stick a pry bay between them. be easy and work slow. should start to come apart if everything is removed

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