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Ve taken off all the bell housing bolt and the everything connected to the gearbox so every thing is lose but when i go to pull it off it moves about 2 cm apart but when i let it go it springs back into its original place so how do you drop it off

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You must take loose the torque converter bolts from the flywheel to converter. should be an access through bell housing to do this. good luck.

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