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Having trouble on a 84 bronco II, V6, getting the motor to seperate from the trans. I've got the motor mounts out, along with all the bell housing bolts. The motor and trans are seperated about 1", but doesn't want to go any farther. Any ideas??

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  • handc May 22, 2011

    Manual. I think the shaft is binding on the clutch splines, but not sure.

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Auto or Manual Trans. Did you remove the torque converter nuts.

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    Clint Smock May 25, 2011

    If the splines were stuck you shouldn't have got it out 1 inch. It has to come straight out. Is the oil pan hitting the front differential. If you can't get it to come straight out sometimes its easier on maunals to remove the transmission first.

  • handc May 25, 2011

    Got it yesterday. The engine was being tilted up too much in the front binding the shaft. As soon as we put a lift plate on the intake, it came right out. Thanks anyway though.

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    Clint Smock May 29, 2011

    Glad you got it

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