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How to take evo8 tranny out ??

I want to take my tranny out of my 2004 mitsubishi evolution .

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Not that different from any other transmission removal, with two exceptions:

The center differential has two axles inside it that need to be removed with a slide hammer in order to detach it from the main transmission.

The 6 speed transmission (if equipped) has a pull-type clutch that must be disengaged from the transmission before removal. To do so take the rubber access plug off the bottom/front of the bellhousing, and insert a long flat head screwdriver in to reach the collar at the clutch. Once behind the collar, twist the screwdriver and it will release the collar from the pressure plate, allowing you to pull the transmission off the engine.

The rest is no different from any other transmission removal.

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Not really a easy thing to do yourself. One of those things where if you have to ask, you probably are not ready to do it. But here is a great writeup on how to do it:

http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-how-tos-installations/91894-evo-clutch-install-includes-t-case-removal-service-manual-links.html

Also mirrored here with discussion:

http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-how-requests-questions-tips/91901-evo-clutch-install-includes-t-case-removal-service-manual-links.html


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