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On a saturn when pulling engine must i pull transmission

When pulling engine must i pull transmission

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No there should be room to lift engine with out the tranny,you might have to angle the tranny away from the engine that's all.

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As long as you have the clearance the trans can stay in the vehicle but you will have to support it from the bottom or where ever it is best.Just make sure to support it while the engine is being pulled out so it does not fall down.Hope this helps.Good luck.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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