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06 camry 2.4 engine removal

Wont the trans shaft prevent it from coming out?

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    dragonstalke Dec 12, 2008

    did i mention that the bolts for the trans are inside the flywheel housing

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Its a front wheel drive just separate the transmission. Loosen all the bolts around the transmission bell housing and loosed the converter from the flywheel. The engine will come out and leave the tranny in the car. very easy. Good luck

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  • O Mclean Dec 12, 2008

    Yes but when you remove the shield that's between the engine and you will be able to see the fly wheel.With the shield removed you will be able to see the bolts that hold the converter to the flywheel using a flat/ box type wrench you will be able to loose bolt as you loose one turn to the other you can turn flywheel by using a socket and a ratchet on the crankshaft center bolt.Good

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