Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am
You have to drop the a-frame from the car, make sure you support the engine from above so all the weight doesn't sit on the one engine mount , also make sure to unbolt the tie rods if you forget its a pain to get the steering shaft back in the rack and pinion, I recommend pulling the transaxle bolts prior to dropping the a-frame just seemed easier to me, it looks like horrible job and I was expected for the worse but I actually was able to drop transmission put in new clutch , slave cylinder with in two days even without having proper tools for the job, this is poor poor poor poor design from gm and makes me want to sell my car but with the work I put into it Id take a pretty big hit by selling, In the 95 grand ams the a frame was 2 piece so you didnt have to loose the whole works seems like were going backwards in time one more thing too add if you feel you have bad syncros in the tranny or the fluid is black id reccomend having it gone through why you have it out ( I recommend this as I had to pull my tranny back out and have it gone through due to bad synrcros so now I have two weekends into this instead of one)
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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