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Is there enough room for me to change a auto transmission on a91 240sx without usuign a motor mount thing or without removing the enginr

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If it's a front wheel drive nothing that is any easier,you would halft to take the undercarege apart.a frame stabilizer bar and everything else that is under there that would be in the way.I have changed lots of trannies and it is easier to pull the engine

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