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How do I remove the automatic torque convertor from the flywheel,prior removing the engine from gearbox?

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It is bolted on, rotate it and remove the bolts one at a time

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If you mean the clutch cable its self adjusting I'm afraid.

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this is not a weekend mechanics type job because you could damage something else taking it out.best advice is to fit a manual gearbox which here in spain you could buy from a accident damaged car with the flywheel and clutch and starter motor for around 300€ need to change the drive shafts as well i think

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