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I tryed to remove the gear box for changing clutch&pressure plate but the gearbox is not coming out.

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  • abbas461 Dec 30, 2008

    hi,

    thanks or the reply. just wanted to mention that the car is a coupe manual v6.

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If you haven't done one of these before , they are different than anything you have ever seen , they work backwards , that being said , if you have unbolted everything and are trying to figure why the transmission won't come out , its probably the clutch fork , it has to be undone , unbolted or released from its cable so it can toggle all the off the throwout bearing . see the throwout bearing does not come off the pressure plate till later , its a really odd set up . let us know how you do. thanks .

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