Question about 2000 Ford Focus
Get the front end up on some jack stands, take the starter out, and you can access torque converter nuts from starter hole. you will need to turn the engine by hand and have someone else hold the engine still while you undo the nuts. Once those nuts are off and every thing else is removed from the transmission (CV shafts, wire connectors, etc) remove the bell housing bolts (5 or 6 I think) and pull (may need to pry with a bar some) the trans away from the engine and let it down gently. I believe (although I don't do much transmission work) that you may need to remove the sub-frame a as well.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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