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I am removing a transmission from a 94 ford explorer and I was just wondering besides the bell housing bolts the drive shafts and lines and wires going to the transmission what else needs to be done to be able to remove the transmission?

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Make sure to remove your transmission cooling lines that run from tranny to radiator also.

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All linkage for shifting and torque converter bolts if its an automatic, vac. hoses, speedo cable unless its electric.

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