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96 Chezy Blazer Manual Transmission Removal

We have removed all of the bolts and transfer case and all the wires but we cant get the tran to drop.

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  • blue1672 Apr 22, 2009

    Its a manual transmission. Therefore it has a clutch.

  • aaron johnson May 11, 2010

    i am just making sure about the tran here you mean the transfer case right

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There's definetly no torque converter in a manual transmission so dont worry about those bolts. they dont exist. somebodys just dumb

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Did you remove the transmission lines too? did you remove the linkage from the gear selector to the transmission? And last. Did you remove the plate near the bell housing? If you remove that plate you'll see the flywheel teeth that the starter engages to to spin the engine over.. And you'll see bolts holding the torque converter to the flywheel. You need to remove one bolt.... Turn the engine over by hand at the crankshaft with a ratchet until the next bolt is in a position to remove. Remove it and continue till all the bolts are off.... Then try to remove the transmission... You absolutely have to unbolt the torque converter or it won't pull out. The space to get those bolts out will be fairly tight.. A ratchet wrench would be the fastest. A regular ratchet might fit.. But if it doesn't a box end wrench will work.

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