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Remove the inspection plate and undo the bolts attaching the torque converter to the flex plate Remove transmission If you are not familiar with that procedure give the job to a mechanic. Remove the clutch if not auto again know how to replace clutch pressure plate and clutch plate. Something tells me that the flywheel isn't stripped but the flexiplate has fractured as it is unusual for the teeth of the ring gear to be completely stripped. Moving on use an impact gun to undo the bolts holding on the flywheel/flex plate Installation is reverse to removal. But I recommend you have good advice handy to do this job
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I would be taking this to a suspension specialist for good after market springs of the right length. The struts used may be too short in travel and that is what is holding the rear down or it may be just weak springs
look in auto manual to locate trouble shooting section of car manual, and look up instructions and steps toward finding and fixing problem, or you can always do as i would do and find location of auto fuse panel box and check for a blown fuse, under print instrument lights or gauges, because more than likely it is a fuse that needs replacing.