Question about 1994 Dodge Ram 2500
You will need a transmission jack (buy or rent), and wheel ramps or very good jackstands. Raise the front wheels and support it properly. Set the parking brake and block the rear wheels. Disconnect the driveshaft at the rear axle. You may need to remove part of the exhaust system if it is in the way. Disconnect the shift linkage and vacuum line, and any other wires or cables. Remove the plate at the bottom of the bellhousing and unbolt the torque converter from the flex plate (flywheel). Get the transmission jack under it and then remove the transmission mount bolts and the bolts attaching it to the motor. Once you get everything disconnected, pull it back about 4 to 6 inches, it should separate from the motor and can be lowered down and rolled out.
Reverse the process to reinstall. You might want to get a shop manual that will give complete details and pictures, well worth the minor cost.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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