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Hi I'm trying to seperate the transmission on a 91 isuzu pickup with a 2.3 all of the bolts have been removed and starter but it is still attached what did I miss

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If you are sure you got all the bolts, top and bottom, you have to remove torque converter bolts if it's automatic. Other than that, it should pry back with a small bar. If it doesn't, you missed a bolt.

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  • horacefelixj Sep 12, 2010

    Thanks for the advice But I searched all around the bell housing and the starter bolt that's screws through the top of the starter and bell housing was still attached cause it's a threaded stud and also the upper pin mounted in the bell housing must be pried carefully and then it will seperate from the engine

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