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How do i remove a gearbox from a 2004 mini

Can i remove a gearbox from a mini 2004 model without taking out the engine.

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You can remove gearbox without eng
just done it !
you have to remove subframe and tilt eng
and it comes out of side

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Hi
Unfortunately... no There is just not enough space to slide the gearbox off the engine whilst it is in place. Hope this helps, happy to answer any other questions you may have. 
regards robotek

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I don't believe you are able to remove just the transmission , you may have to remove both as an assembly.

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