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I'm trying to remove my tranny and I have the shifter rods hooked up to isand I don't know wat to do to remove then do I pull it out or is there a way to remove it I'm want to pull the engine and tranny out all at the same time can you help

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There is a pin going through your shifter rod close to the trans you need a punch and hammer there is also a small clip over it that hides the pin remove that first then you shoud be able to see the long pins

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