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The transmission will not completely come away from the engine. All the bolts are out of the transmission. Is there anything else that must come off aside from the obvious

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  • carhob May 11, 2010

    i had the same problem with my manual tranny,pried it off with 2 pry bars on each side,release bearing was jammed in,i was changing cluctch on it anyway and release lever was seizing up and clutch was slipping!



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If its an automatic and all of the mounts have been taken off. Then check on side of the engine closest to the radiator and there is a little sensor bolted onto the block that is also connected to the plate that attaches to the trans. I did the same thing. And of course make sure all you torque converter bolt have been taken out.

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