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Hi does anyone know how to remove the transmission on a 190e 4 cylinder the whole drive train is out of the vehicle, I have removed all the bolts on the bell housing but I can not get the trans off

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  • Zain Abdulla Dec 10, 2016

    I have taken out all the bolts the gearbox comes away about 5mm but won't come off the fly wheel

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YOU also have to take the bolts from the torque converter, remove the starter bolts as well

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take the trans mount and cross memeber out and let the engine tilt down with a floor Jack, then u can get at the top bolts, u will need a 3 foot extension and a wobbly socket. As far as the cost of the trans work goes could you break it down by parts and labor, also what is the hourly labor rate, here it is $115 per hour. One last not be careful of the connectors to the trans, break them and u will need a new wiring harness, about $450.

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go by a place that installs transmissions and see if they have a diagram for the car you are working on make sure you have a good floor jack and someone to assist you

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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Make sure to remove your transmission cooling lines that run from tranny to radiator also.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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Dont forget the speedometer cable, transmission cooling lines and any other wire connections, some cars like mine will also require moving a supportive cross member. Have a friend help...

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SOURCE: getting space between trans and block 1993 caravan 3.0

unfortunately the only answer is to take the trans out of your way. you would need plenty of space in order to pry out old freeze plug and hammer in new one, of course with freeze plug installer.

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Manual 2WD Gear box won't come off back of motor,have undone all bell housing bolts including starter motor, any tips?


the MUA box? NOT THE T5R, so why not just say it????


may be the Fly wheel pilot bearing is seized.?

my guess you got to step 12 (12 = 1 below)
  1. Remove the slave cylinder heat protector. Unbolt and remove the slave cylinder. Don't disconnect the hydraulic line.
  2. Remove the slave cylinder dust covers.
  3. Matchmark the driveshafts at the flanges and remove them.
  4. Disconnect the reverse light switch, 4WD indicator switch, 1-2 and 3-4 indicator switch harness connectors.
  5. Disconnect the speed sensor harness connector.
  6. Remove the 2 harness clamps from the transmission case.
  7. Attach a chain hoist to the engine.
  8. Using a transmission jack, raise the transmission slightly. Remove the 2 rear transmission mounting nuts.
  9. Remove the center crossmember (8 bolts).
21 is for 4wd
1 below is 22
  1. Remove the 3 flywheel inspection cover bolts.
  2. Use clutch release bearing remover J-39207 or an equivalent pry tool to release the bearing from the pressure plate. Push the release fork toward the rear of the vehicle. Insert the tool between the release bearing and the pressure plate collar. Move the lever to the rear to pry.
  3. Raise the engine slightly with a chain hoist and remove the bolts and nuts securing the transmission to the engine.
  4. Carefully pull the transmission rearward. Lower the transmission from the vehicle.

I'd never do major work on any drive line with out the FSM at my side.
or a login acount at alldata.com
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Slide the transmission back on the crossmember, away from the engine, I recommend running a ratchet strap across the frame to balance the transmission.
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Reconnect the wires to the Starter, Reconnect the battery.

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Take engine out of 1995 cadillac sts


6L Engine
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  2. Remove the air cleaner inlet duct.
  3. Matchmark the hood hinge-to-hood and remove the hood.
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  5. Remove the left and right torque struts. Install the left front strut bolt back into the bracket.
  6. Disconnect the radiator hoses at the water crossover. Remove both cooling fans from the engine.
  7. Remove the serpentine accessory drive belt.
  8. Detach the cruise control servo connections and the ISC motor electrical connector.
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  10. Remove the park/neutral switch and disconnect the power brake vacuum hose.
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  13. Remove the ignition coils and remove the spark plug wires.
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  15. Remove the oil pan-to-transmission brace. Remove the torque converter splash shield and the four converter-to-flywheel bolts.
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  17. Remove the A/C compressor mounting bolts and detach the electrical connectors. Move compressor out of way.
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  22. Remove the bolt from the transmission to the cylinder head brace at the cylinder head.
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  24. Detach the injector harness connector and the hoses from the coolant reservoir. Remove the reservoir.
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  27. Disconnect the starter cable from the junction block.
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To install:
  1. Lower the engine into the vehicle. Remove the lifting device.
  2. Install the 4 bell housing bolts and tighten to 75 ft. lbs. (100 Nm).
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  18. Connect the power steering hoses to the pump and secure the return line to the crankcase.
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  2. Remove the exhaust crossover pipe.
  3. If removing the right cylinder head, remove the catalytic converter from exhaust manifold.
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  5. Remove the rocker arms and pushrods.
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  9. Clean the cylinder block bolt threads.
NOTE: During disassembly, keep the valve train components together for proper location during assembly.
To Install:
NOTE: Coat the cylinder head bolt threads using thread sealer.
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  5. Tighten the cylinder head bolts in sequence an additional 95 degrees.
  6. Install the intake gasket.
  7. Install the pushrods and rocker arms.
  8. Raise and support the vehicle.
  9. Install the catalytic converter and dipstick tube and indicator if removed.
  10. Lower the vehicle.
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place a jack under the transmission and raise it a bit unbolt (the transmission mount) "i think thats what u mean its all i know that above the transmission holding it in place. You'll need a rachet wrench for this and a long onbe at that,, if not you can use a piece of pipe,, you'll want the extra power.. Unbolt it and lift it off,, if its still too tight jack the transmission up a bit.That providing your refering to the transmissing mounting rubber Which is all i can think you man its the only thing above the transmission. The ABS is 2 parts ,, its a mastercylinder and a booster. Its mounted on the firewall (its the thing you pour brake fluid in.) Unjack any wire or hoses by unscrewiung them and pluging them with something.. DUCT TAAPE or rescue tape works.. Unbloth both the mastercylinder and booster from the firewall... unmounting the drive shat.. well you'll see where it bolts ,, front and back.. Thats the easir part.. you will heed o happer, pull and tug the shaft until it pops out.. Hope I was helpful.. if you need more help please feel free to ask.

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I need to replace the transmission mount on a '94 1500 4.3L, 4X4. Which is easier, support the transmission and remove the cross member or release the engine mount bolts and raise the drive train? Tks


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Comparing: if you release the engine mount bolts and jack up the drive-train, the whole thing would shift, and you could have trouble when the cross-member fails to go up well enough.

On the other hand, if the cross-member bolts fail to release due to "home-mechanic" syndrome, you have only the first option.

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  2. Relieve the fuel system pressure.
  3. Drain the cooling system.
  4. Remove or disconnect the following:
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    • Air cleaner outlet duct
    • Engine mount
    • Intake manifold
    • Exhaust manifold
    • Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor electrical connector
    • Power steering pump
    • Radiator inlet pipe
    • Spark plug wires
    • Rocker arm cover

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    • Rocker arms and pushrods
    • Lifters
    • Alternator rear brace and the alternator
    • Power steering pump
    • Radiator inlet pipe
    • Ignition coil assembly
    • Accessory bracket
    • Spark plug wires
    • Cylinder head bolts

    WARNING Two sizes of bolts are used; note the location of each.

    • Cylinder head
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  1. Install or connect the following:
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    • Lifters
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    • Spark plug wires
    • Accessory bracket
    • Ignition coil assembly
    • Radiator inlet pipe
    • Power steering pump. Torque the bolts to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm).
    • ECT sensor electrical connector
    • Exhaust manifold. Torque the nuts to 118 inch lbs. (13 Nm).
    • Alternator. Torque the bolts to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).
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    • Engine mount. Torque the bolts to 55 ft. lbs. (75 Nm).
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    • Accessory drive belt
    • Negative battery cable
  2. Refill and bleed the cooling system.
  3. Start the vehicle and inspect for leaks.

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