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Why the transmission won't separate from the engine

The transmission is manual, and I can't get the two to come apart. It's out of the car and I have removed all the bolts. what's causing it to be stuck, and what else do I need to do to break it loose? Should the transmission be in neutral and how can I tell being that it is not hooked up to the shift linkage in the car?

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It will take quite a bit of pulling and wiggling to get the clutch pressure plate to disengage from the drive shaft, doing this when the engine and trans is out of car is more difficult than when the engine is insitue as you have nothing to pull against ,have you got the engine off the ground and the gearbox hanging out with nothing below it ,you need the engine strapped down on a bench with the gearbox hanging over edge then this should give you enough room to pull/wiggle the thing apart,dont resort to prying between tthe housing's etc good luck

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FORD: 1995-2001 EXPLORER
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1996-1997 AEROSTAR
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