Question about 1989 Chevrolet K1500
You'll need to remove the starter, the inspection cover, remove the three bolts going thru the flywheel into the torque converter. Disconnect the driveshaft, support the transmission and remove the transmission mount and crossmember. Disconnect the downshift linkage, any electrical plugs, transmission cooling lines and the shifter linkage. Lower the transmission to get access to the 6 bellhousing bolts, becareful that you don't lower it too far, because of the distributor at the back of the engine. Remove the 6 bellhousing bolts and it should be ready to come out.
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