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four bolts in bell housing? ea82 loyale

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#1 mickytrus


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Posted 13 March 2004 - 11:02 PM

Separating the engine from the bell housing
standard trans......
Is there just 4 bolts holding the engine to the bellhousing?
If there are just 4... which I think is true
Any tricks for separating the engine from the trans
after the four bolts are taken out?
I removed the two bolts on each side of the engine motor
mounts, which bolt up into the block out... so for easy

Thanks, Micky

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Posted 13 March 2004 - 11:31 PM

4 bolts, yep. Id take the engine trans mounts loose from the crossmember from under the car...then lift the engine, and use a jack to lift the trans, to get the engine mounts clear of the crossmember...then, separate the engine from the trans enough to get a screwdriver in between, and just pry the two apart. Make sure to not let the engine slam into the radiator if its still on the engine bay.....

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