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Iam removing the motor from a 1996 hylux a 1kzte got every thing unbolted except for the torque converter finding very hard to fit socket on bolts which hold flexi plate to converter no room to swing ratchet do i have to remove steering rack to give access thank you

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Have you turned the flexiplate into a better position to get better access to the bolts.Try using a open end spanner or a ring spanner instead of a socket

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