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Trying to change the clutch, having trouble getting the transmission off. Hoping for a picture of transmission on vehicle

Trying to change clutch on a 98 jeep cherokee, can't get the transmission off.

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Look everything over carefully. Did you remove all the bellhousing to engine bolts? Have you removed the starter and the splash pan at the lower front of the bellhousing? Sometimes the locating pins on the engine get a bit stuck and it needs a bit of coaxing to get it loose, but providing you have everything unbolted, it should come apart!

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