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1996 buick centry transmission removal


place the car on a hoist .--- remove the tail shaft.-- support the rear of the engine .--- remove the inspection plate under bell housing--remove battery positive lead-- place a jack or other mobile support under the transmission-- undo the rear engine mount cross member.--- disconnect all wires and connections--If manual remove the gear lever and turret from inside the car or disconnect linkages to the box------ if auto remove the bolts holding the converter to the flex plate and push the converter back towards the gear box. use a piece of thin wire to hole it there by tying a bolt hole back to the bell housing inspection bolt hole. IF manual and auto ---remove the bell housing bolts and pull gear box straight back . watch for transmission oil coming out of the rear of the transmission. Installation is reverse process.

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****** pours out fluid out of bell housing 04 e250


Then the seals are not installed with the correct seal installation tool or they are damaged from improper installation, a common mistake.

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Hello dennis i hope you would please help me my 98 dodge ram 1500 has had clutch replaced 3 times keeps coming out first two bearrings out of pressure plate last time clutch center came apart little o


George,

Obviously you have a major problem with the clutch and related items. Have you checked for a good Pilot Bearing in the end of the Crankshaft? Have you used a Dial Indicator with a Magnetic Base stuck to the Flywheel and indicated the main Pilot Hole of the Bell Housing to determine if it is perfectly centered in relation to the Crankshaft? If it is not concentric within less than 0.005" then you have to get some offset dowel pins made to correct the concentricity problem.

I don't understand the Pressure Plate problem. You state that 2 bearings failed in the Pressure Plate? You mean the bearings on the Clutch Fingers? I just don't understand this unless they were damaged while installing the transmission. As to tearing out the center of the Clutch Disc this can also be caused by the lack of a proper Pilot Bearing and proper bell housing alignment concentric with the Crankshaft. It is imperative when installing the Transmission to place it in Gear and lock the Tailshaft so you can align the spline while sliding it into the Bell Housing and Clutch Disc. Once up to the Bell Housing take it out of gear so you can align the Bolt Holes. Tighten the Bolts to factory Torque specifications. Also, the proper Throw Out Bearing and Clutch Fork including whatever the fork pivots on. I have encountered many Bell Housings and/or Blocks where the Dowel Pins or Dowel Pin Holes in the Bell housing have been as much as 0.090" out of specification in relation to Crankshaft Centerline. I used to be an NHRA Stock & Super Stock Racer and have built hundreds of engines and aligned an equal quantity of Bell Housings for the manual shift vehicles.

Another thing that is very important is the Face of the Bell Housing where the Transmission mounts to it must also be indicated to less than 0.002" in relation to the Crankshaft so that everything is properly aligned. All Transmissions must have the proper Front Bearing Retainer with minimal clearance to the hole in the Bell Housing. This is a must as the objective is to have a perfectly straight line alignment from the true centerline of the crankshaft all the way through the transmission. Equally important is the Transmission Tailshaft bearing and Slip Yoke on the driveshaft. It all inter-relates to a perfectly straight line in perfect alignment with the Crankshaft Centerline.

Hopefully this information will help you understand just how critical the alignment of the Crankshaft, Bell Housing and Transmission is to proper assembly and Clutch life. All parts must have the correct sizes and minimal clearances and Alignment for long life and reliability.

Rapid Robert

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Replace throwout barrings location install rattle when in gear.


get a service manual on CD over on ebay for about 5 bucks. jack car way up, drop the drive shaft, disconnect shifter and clutch linkage, unbolt the bell housing from the transmission and remove, unbolt pressure plate and take off flywheel, have flywheel resurfaced and reinstall, install new clutch and pressure plate, replace throwout bearing, put transmission and bell housing back in, connect shifter linkage and clutch cable or hydraulic, put drive shaft back in and you are done.

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Assuming you installed the correct starter
& it wasn't you installing it in some old way

You will have to have the bell housing TIG
Welded, if you need the broken piece on there

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answer the door.. lol..pull plug on the door bell....unscrew the ringer and remove the wiring from the door bell...the door bell switch is stuck.

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How to insall engine with manual transmision. do I insall the engine with the bellhousing atatched to the engine or the transmision


If you have removed the Radiator and cleared enough of the forward area to be able to have clearance put the engine back in with the transmission attached. If it looks like you won't have the clearance then attach the bell housing to the Transmission as you should have more room to work with the Bell housing this way although I prefer to install and remove standard mounted engines as assemblies attached to the transmission.

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How to replace a water pump


it is buried by the bell housing the entire assembly should be removed so ALL of the gaskets can be replaces

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Bell came off after going in water ,no power steering,over heat fast, need diagram to replace bell back on


go to your local auto parts store and look at their repair manuals which has the diagram you need. also this bell is your warning chime which informs you in a cautionary sense. it is like a high tech sensor.

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92 toyota corolla timing bell


there is marks in order to locate them the best advice i can give is to go to your local auto part's and buy a haynes repair manual for your car this manual will give you all you need hope this is helpful

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