Re: [DML] Re: Pulling an engine and auto trans
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Re: [DML] Re: Pulling an engine and auto trans



I think he meant "tools are not a problem".  :)

Regards,
Jon Heese

Dave Swingle wrote:
> Sean
> 
> I've done them both ways, there are advantages to either. 
> 
> The engine and trans can be removed as a unit, but my recollection is 
> that getting it back in that way was tricky on an automatic. It's a 
> pretty tight fit. Take the dipstick tube out before you start and put 
> it back in after the trans/engine is in the car. 
> 
> If you need both out, pulling it out together it's probably the way to 
> go. If you take them out separately (engine first, trans first, doesn't 
> really matter but in either case take the muffler off first) you can 
> avoid taking off the rear facia, but you will be faced with taking the 
> crossover pipe off in the car as opposed to the comfort of your garage 
> floor. 
> 
> The main thing to remember before you do either is to remove the bottom 
> and driver side cover plates that are screwed to the bellhousing, 
> otherwise they hang up on the flywheel. In their normal position in the 
> car they are almost invisible. 
> 
> PS - I'm curious about "tools are not an option" - it's pretty hard to 
> get the bellhousing bolts out with just your fingers. You will need 
> tools. 
> 
> Dave S
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Sean" <sweitzel@...> wrote:
>> Short story, I came across #6597 November, auto, gray for sale
>> recently and now it is in my posession. I'm going to be
>> restoring/refurbishing it for a family member. The exterior stainless,
>> fiberglass tub and frame are in excellent shape. The interior is
>> trashed and the drivetrain needs a lot of work and updates. 
>>
>> I learned a lot restoring my own car #3231 and did all the work to it
>> with the engine and transmission still in the car (even the TABS!) I
>> want to pull the engine and tranmission out of this car to do most of
>> the work this time. I have a proper cherry picker and engine stand, so
>> tools are not an option. I gues what I am asking is if there are 1,
>> can the engine and tranmission be removed as one piece or must the
>> engine come out before the trans. 2, anything specific to watch out
>> for? any particular methods someone can share or should I go with
>> what's in the service manual?
>>
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