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Having a problem removing manual transmission from 2.4 liter 2001

Removed all bolts from bell housing, and all three body mounts, transmission will not budge more than 1 inch

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Did you remove drive shaft is it 4wd ? remove flywheel bolts.

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How to remove bolts out of 2003 for removal of transmission


If you are talking about the two bolts on top of the bell housing. You will need a three foot extension with a swivel and 15 mm socket. To access the top bolts you need to put your jack with a piece of wood under the transmission pan, jack it up just enough so you can remove the rear cross member then slowly lower your jack supporting the trans. Until you see those top bolts approx. Three inches assuming you have removed all the other bolts on bell housing and the three bolts that attach the flywheel to the pumpkin.

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Bad slave cylinder on 08 jeep patriot


old post.
what engine.?
08 patriot.
why not login to alldata.com and read it, its all there.

excerpts from top 3 online FSM pages.

  1. Remove the transaxle from the vehicle. Refer to Manual Transaxle Assembly, removal & installation.
  2. Disconnect the clutch hydraulic line (6) from the bleeder assembly (2).
  3. Disconnect and remove the bleeder assembly (2) from the clutch slave cylinder (3).
  4. Remove the slave cylinder-to-clutch bell housing bolts (4) and remove the slave cylinder (3) from the transaxle.
so ast step 1, you then turn to that page.
and see
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove the splash shields and drain the transaxle fluid.
  3. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  4. Remove the engine appearance cover.
  5. Remove the air intake assembly.
  6. Unplug the speed sensor connector.
  7. Disconnect the back-up lamp switch.
  8. Remove the shift cables from the bracket clips.
  9. Disconnect the shift selector and crossover cable from the levers. Remove the cables and secure them out of the way.
  10. Remove the slave cylinder hose from the bracket.
  11. Remove the air inlet tube from the throttle body.
  12. Remove the throttle body support bracket.
  13. Remove the upper bell housing bolts.
  14. Remove the starter mounting bolts and secure the starter out of the way.
  15. Support the transaxle with a suitable jack.
  16. Loosen the left-upper transaxle mount through-bolt.
  17. Remove the transaxle mount
  18. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  19. bolts.
for total of 35 steps.
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How do I remove automatic transmission from 1993 Chev 2500 pickup?


TRANSMISSION REMOVAL IN STEPS.
The Drive Shaft
  • Using a 1/2-to-2-ton floor jack, lift the front of the truck and place jack stands under the frame. Once the truck is lifted enough for you to safely move around under it, begin removing the four bolts connecting the U-joint between the drive shaft and the rear axle. When you pull the drive shaft out of the tail shaft, transmission fluid will pour out of the tail shaft, so place a drip pan or oil-changing pan under the tail shaft of the transmission.
Lines And Linkage
  • If the truck is an automatic, you will need to remove two transmission lines from the passenger side of the transmission by the bell housing close to the transmission dip stick. If it's a manual transmission you won't have those lines, but you will have shifting linkage on the driver's side of the transmission. Depending on the year of the truck, the linkage is held on by either a cotter pin or locking-sleeve washer. You will also need to remove the speedometer cable. If it's an older truck, it will be a hard-cased cable similar to the emergency brake cable that threads onto the driver side of the transmission just before the bell housing. If the truck is a newer model, it will be an electrical set of wires attached to a plug on the tail shaft.

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  • Remove the transmission mount bolt that holds the tail end of the transmission to the cross member on the frame. You will need to either use wood blocks or a jack to support the weight of the transmission. Take out the nine bolts on the bell housing that attach the transmission to the engine--there is one on the top center of the bell housing, two along each side of the bell housing and two on each side at the bottom next to the guide pins.
Remove From Vehicle
  • Once removed, maneuver the transmission to the rear of the truck about 6 inches until it clears either the clutch kit of a manual or the torque converter of an automatic. When the transmission is free, lower the bell housing end of the transmission down until the tail shaft is clear of the cross member.

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On a 1995 gmc jimmy do you have to disconect the steering colum,brakelines from the master cylnder,and the wireing harness to lift the body to get to the top trany bolts?


If your taking the complete body off then yes the brakes lines have to be removed,the steering shaft has to be separated,all the wires to everything electrical on the motor and water hoses have to come off for the heater and radiator and all the ground wires attached to the frame.A suggestion I would like to give you is to label everything you take off so it goes back where it came off of.Id also like to make another suggestion before you do that try unbolting the the transmission supports and try jacking it up you might have enough room to get your hand behind it to get the upper bolts.It will be tough but its possible to do.

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We have the all of the bolts around the bell housing removed along with the drive shafts etc.. the transmission however still will not seperate from the block.


Have you removed the starter, the shift linkage, the cover plate for the bottom of the flywheel, supported the engine, and removed the transmission mount?

If this is a manual shift, you could also use the clutch to ease them apart.
But the transmission must be supported and kept straight.

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Did you remove the torque converter bolt's from the fly wheel, should be 4. You will have to turn the motor by hand to remove all the bolt's.

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I cant get to the top bell housing bolts on my 96 chevy blazer


One way is to remove the back transmission /engine mount. Take the weight of the transmission on a car jack and lower it a few inches, Make sure that no pipes snag or the back the engine catches on the bulk head etc. A couple of wrench extension arms fitted end to end and a universal joint behind the socket should reach those difficult bolts from underneath the vehicle by accessing up between the chassis and the bell housing from the rear. Keep that transmission supported at all times as the full weight of the engine etc is pivoting around the front engine mounts! As an added bit of safety insert one of the lower bolts back into to bell housing and only very lightly tighten it. This should allow the top bolts to be taken out without risking sudden separation of the tranny from block at the bottom putting strain on the upper bolt shafts . When the top bolts are out support the rear of the engine on wooden blocks or some such and only then go to move the 'safety' bottom bolt prior to separation

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