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Just having a small serious problem. cant get last left upper tranny bolt off t change flywheel??

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Basically clutch sandwiched between engine and transmission.
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Drive shaft first.
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Sometimes ground strap.
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Extra long bolts temporarity, also helps. A little rocking and shoving. Constantly compare gap on bottom and top of bellhousing to engine.
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