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I cant get the motor off the tranny

I have my motor ready to pull and im sure i have all bolts out. but it wont come loose from the tranny.

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    if you have it at an angle while you are trying to seperate it ... it could be one of the centering pins or the shaft from the transmission holding it up.... careful not to bend that shaft



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On all 4cyl. honda vehicles, you must remove the engine and trans together, you cannot remove the motor alonen theres not enough clearance in the engine compartment. i am an ASE certified tech, I repair vehicles every day, honda & toyota are my primary.

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