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Cant get my 95 cabrio's transmission out

I am currently in the process of replacing the clutch in my 95 Cabrio and we have everything disconected and all mounts detached and took out the drive axles but the transaxle output shaft hub is hitting the fly wheel and the transmission shaft is still in the clutch as far as we kno because we cant pull the transmission back because the uotput shaft hub is hitting and we cant angle it because the input shaft is still engaged to the clutch wat do we do?

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Turn the transmission clock wise to posiotion the disfferencial at 10 o'clock. Pull it away from the engine as you lift the tail. You could take it out on your own, but need the help of another to put it on if you are not in a shop with all the tool. Hope this helps.

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    if you are taking out the gear oil, please look at this advise. when you have it ready to add the new gear oil. have the car leveled. you do not need to put it on a jack. remove the drin plug. put it back. simply turn the tires to the left. remove the 17mm female screw. I use a vise grip and an old screw from the tires as a tool. open it up. then go on top of the transmission, and remove a 17mm screw thats on the top. add the gear oil through there until tha grease spills through the side. that does it. do not try to add oil through the side. that way you will not get all the gear oil in. And only the five gear will get oil.

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