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Transmission hits subframe vw 6 speed

Tranny removal

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  • shane brendel Nov 29, 2012

    all bellhousing bolts are out starter un hooked linkage disconnected when you pull it out of clutch back tran mount hits a frame drivers side

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You have to loosen & drop one side & swing
out of way & support the engine to remove trans

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