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Have a 1988 chevy rv. I need to remove the transmission. I have it up on blocks and have the cover off the fly wheel. between the flywheel and the torque converter there is a big piece of metal lodged. I need to slide to slde the trans. back to get room to get the piece out an find out where it came from. Is there a manual you can get on rv repair.

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    the cover over the starter broke off and fell down inside of the fly wheel cover.



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These are no different than a truck you need too drop the tranny their is no metal peice between the flywheel and converter

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