Question about 1996 Buick Park Avenue
Drain pan, take out axles, put motor support on the top to hold motor while pulling. Disconnect trany lines, put trany jack under transmission. The K frame needs to come out completely that is why you need the motor support chain to the motor top.Take bolt out of bell housing. Disconnect all connectors and cables. Transmission mount will need to be removed on passenger side. You need to take the 4 bolts out of the converter...you can jump the starter if you have a remote switch or however you would like to do it to gain access to the converter bolts; otherwise, you will need to turn it with a screwdriver until you get all of the bolts out. Then you take the transmission jack and begin to pull the trany side ways until it clears the engine and let it down and that should do it...there are a few obvious things that will need to be taken out on top of the motor, even a few that I didn't mention on the bottom, but for the most part that should do it.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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