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Put the car up on jack stands,remove left front wheel,seperate strut and knuckle popout left side axle shaft and tie out of way,support engine and trans from bottom,remove trans mount that attaches to side cover,remove pan/cover bolts raise and lower eng/trans assembly as needed to wiggle pan/cover out.hope this helps

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