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Old 07-28-2004, 09:03 AM
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I took off all bolts that connect the tranny and the block and it still wont come off. I tried taking a sledge hammer and beatin the **** out of it but it still didnt work. Anyone have any ideas on how to get the bitch off?
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I had the same problem one time. Take the starter off... one of the two starter bolts goes all the all through to the engine.
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Old 07-28-2004, 10:22 AM
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make sure you got em all off the get a flat head and pry it off evenly one on the left one on the right
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It's the starter bolt.
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yeah i bet its the starter, i had the same problem
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Ya make sure EVERY bolt that holds that thing on is off...

Underneath where the flywheel sheild is there is a bracket that holds it to the block.. everyone else is already stating an obvious one, the starter bolt. The ones in the rear where the L bracket is..

Im sure its just a missed bolt no worries
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could be the flywheel shield bolts, i made that mistake a week ago.
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did you remove the axles?
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if your starter is not off that's your problem.. it should glide off pretty easily with a prybar..
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