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How to unbolt torque converter on a 1kzte engine and to remove engine

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There is a cover at the bell housing of the gearbox! remove its bolt then access the thin fly wheel! there are bolts that attach it to the torque converter! remove all as you rotate the fly wheel! pretty simple!

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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