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How do I reinstall transmission correctly?

I'm replacing the transmission in my geo prism I have all the bolts in connecting the engine and transmission and it bolted in the mount towards the top of the car and the starter hooked back up but cannot figure out how to get the cross member back on and am not sure if I even have the bolts that were in it origionally I cannot find anything online that's useful

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SOURCE: Cannot get transmission out of 91 F150- top bolts/trans mount

i am in the process of this and i reached up from beside the tires and use a socket it works fine with a socket

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SOURCE: I need to replace the transmission mount on a '94

Supporting the transmission while removing the cross-member is easier. You will have the engine mount holding the whole thing in precise place, while you deal with the crossmember, and the transmission.

Comparing: if you release the engine mount bolts and jack up the drive-train, the whole thing would shift, and you could have trouble when the cross-member fails to go up well enough.

On the other hand, if the cross-member bolts fail to release due to "home-mechanic" syndrome, you have only the first option.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

Testimonial: "Many thanks for your input. Installation complete. Was able to raise transmission with a "jig" without releasing motor mounts or removing cross member"

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SOURCE: camry sportivo 2007 4cylinder get

Remove the front bolts of the cross member prolly has a splash sheild you need to unbolt b4 that also up by the frnt bumper.

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

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What you do is loosen or remove the cross member first

Then you decide,if using a small air driven cut off wheel to
remove some metal from cross member,will help remove
the trans pan in the future.

Posted on Apr 22, 2011

Testimonial: "I thought about drilling a hole or holes, but the cuttoff wheel is even better..but yes, it would be easier when removed..thanks..."

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