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Transmission is stuck trying to remove so i can replace clutch

I am trying to remove the transmission so I can replace the clutch, I removed the seven bolts to the trans. i have a trans. jack that is stabilizing it but it will not budge now. What can I do to get it off?

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  • Gena Sayers
    Gena Sayers Jan 23, 2013

    the tranny is not coming apart from the motor. I am not trying to take it out threw top. But thank you all for your suggestions.

  • Gena Sayers
    Gena Sayers Jan 23, 2013

    yah I did all that, but it is not coming apart and nothing is left to bolt it together. That is why I am so stumped.

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Remove cover , shields , remove U joint and shaft , remove mounts bushings , slide backwards with jack , lower down . Remove linkage and wires .

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I Normaly use A 36" Extention w/ Swivel Socket, Or Lieve Side Bolts In And Drop Cross Member to Lower Rear of Trans to Gain Exess to TOP Bell Bolts one or BOTH Together Should Do the TRICK. Let Me Know!! And Please Dont forget to Rate me , Thank You Much !!

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the fuse link is bolted in from the two side in the fusebox.you have to un bolt the whole fusebox so you can raise it and if you look at the sides there are two side panels that can be moved down so you can get a socket or spanner on the two bolts apprx 10mm. undo them and raise the fuse out and put the new one in and tighten up the bolts again. hope this helps.

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