Question about 1998 Toyota 4Runner
You do not need to worry about where to bolt. One tip though, do not tighten the tC bolts until they are all in place. If you tighten one then you will not line up with the others. The exception to this is when you look at your fly wheel, see if one of the tc holes is slightly smaller than the others. If it is put that one in position for your first bolt. This will line up the tc for the other holes and you only have to turn it once and can torque the bolts down as you go around.
You do not need new bolts unless you damaged the ones taking them out. I owned an AAMCO and managed trans shops and never had to buy new bolts unless I lost them or they were rounded out getting them off.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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