Yes, but you have to remove the automatic transmission housing, and you have to replace the Torque Converter with a standard transmission clutch that matches the type of transmission with which you are mating the engine.
Begin by removing the engine wiring harnesses. Remove the motor mount retaining bolts. Disconnect the engine from the transmission. Lift the engine out.
They are bolted to the valve body, Have to remove transmission pan to service them.
Remove hood remove radiator, remove a/c compressor, power steer pump do not dis connect a/c or PS hoses disconnect from engine, remove starter, remove motor mount bolts 2 long ones, disconnect wiring harness from engine and transmission, remove drive shaft from transmission. remove bolt from end of transmission, mount, remove fuel line, oil cooler lines, transmission lines if it's automatic, disconnect exhaust manifolds, ground strap, vacuum lines, throttle, cruise control cables, hook up your chain to engine & to hoist & remove slowly.
Remove the engine and drive shaft
Only the transmission needs to be removed. One day.
I've always taken the engine out, leave transmission in. It probably depends on the shop equipment you have.
there is no drain plug on that transmission.you must remove the transmission oil pan and wile your there replace the filter.
I thought I could remove and replace the transmission in my Blazer, I did get it out but I didn't want to put it back in so I paid a local shop to come and get the blazer, transmission, and all the parts that had to be removed to get the transmission out and finish the job. I would suggest that since you are asking this question, maybe you would be better off going to a transmission shop in the first place. Mine is an automatic, a standard transmission would be much easier.
how do you remove the automatic transmission from the 2004 wrx.... i have everything disconnected except for the gearing fork shifter.
big job you have to remove trans or at least back it out enough to remove torque converter cause its behind it
you unbolt the rear of the subframe andlet it down enough to take out the rear engine mount