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I have a 1997 lincoln continental...my tranny started to slip very bad so i picked up a parts car... im working on getting it out but i canrt get the transmission off the engine...ive removed cv shafts started exhaust drained and unbollted tranny. and removed transmission mount off driver side...how do i get this thing out.?>?

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Look for hidden bolts holding the trans in, especially on the firewall side, then the trans slips out from underneath

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