Question about 2003 Cadillac CTS
I usually jam a large screwdriver between the tc and flex plate ( technically it is not a flywheel) until I get to the last bolt. Then I use a smaller screwdriver and place it in the teeth of the flex plate against the transmission housing to stop it from turning as I loosen the last.
Hope this helps!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine removal
What is your question.? It should come out with the converter still bolted to the eng flywheel. If your pulling a front wheel drive vehicle motor you drop the trans out the bottom first, then pull the engine. You can also drop both together by dropping the support cradle. That is the best way and the way it was built and done in a dealership in some cases. Trans got go to have roon
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
You must remove the transmission first, a job best left to a professional as it requires allot of special equipment.
Posted on Aug 22, 2012
Not really sure of your question but am going to guess you already know that the torque converter is in the bell housing of the transmission and you know the transmission needs to be removed. Again guess you are trying to locate the bolts that hold the converter onto the flywheel so am going to go with that. there is an access plug on the transmission (see picture below) If I'm not mistaken after you pull that plug out there may be an air deflector type thing that also comes out. The just rotate the engine until the bolt lines up with that hole. Remember only to rotate the engine clockwise using the center bolt on the harmonic balancer. Hope this is what you were looking for......
Posted on Aug 22, 2012
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