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Transmission stuck and all the bolts are out.

Is there something I forgot to take out? Or I just have to pry it out?
It seems to be stuck on the left side top.

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If it's manual transmission , it is possible to stuck on guid pin , assuming all bolts are out.Try to pry it with pry bar. If it's automatic , don't foget to unbolt it from flywheel.

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    Did you remove the crank sensor ?

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