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How to pull out tranny and fix TO bearing on a 97 mustang v6. 5 speed thanks alex

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Start by removing the the shifter lever and boot, next remove the drive shaft,then remove clutch cable or hydraulic line for throw out fork,it may be neccessary to remove y-pipe and some of the exhaust using a transmission or floor jack support transmission and remove crossmember, remove bellhousing bolts and transmission should now be free to remove.

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