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The transmission on a 1994 mazda, B4000, rear wheel drive needs to be removed. All bolts have been removed . The two very center top bolts holding the transmissiom on to the engine are very dificult to see & reach. What is the trick to reach them & remove them. This is a pick-up.

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  • benlechii May 27, 2011

    I am Still trying to get a response on how to reach the two top center bolts holding the tansmission on to the engine.

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If you can't reach them from the top in the engine compartment with a wrench, then get a universal joint for your ratchet. Put the socket on the universal and some extension on the other end until you can get room to turn the ratchet. It will also help to remove the crossmember from the back of the transmission. This will allow it and the engine to twist a little on the engine mounts and give you a little more room. Be sure to block up the trans so it doesn't drop too far or too fast when you finnaly get the bolts out. The universal joint is about $8-$10. Hope this helps.

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