to unbolt the bell housing you un bolt the six bolts that screws through the trans bell housing into the engine. they go from the back towards the front of engine. be sure to unbolt torque converter bolts too.they go through the flywheel
No, the engine is not the transmission bellhousing. The bellhousing is a separate piece all together.
If it's a 496 Chevy, yes.
Same bolt pattern for what? For the bellhousing and starter, yes. For just about everything else, no.
Absolutely. Chevy bolted them to the 350 straight from the factory. The 700 R4 has the exact same bellhousing bolt pattern as the 350 and 400 turbo does.
Remove bellhousing from citroen xsara picasso
No, you can't. transmissions bellhousing is different in 60° V6 and L4
It is a tight fit, but you can get to them from the top if you remove the distributor first.
You can't, They don't make a after market bellhousing to do that. You will have to change the transmission to.
if its a 350 remove alt. first
take out the cylinder head bolts
remove the enigine and then take out flywheel bolts
You would need to purchase the correct bellhousing, then it should work out fine.
Remove the cylinder head from your 1992 Chevy 350 cubic inch engine. Remove the head gasket and clean the surface. Put the new head gasket on and reverse the process.
look on the bellhousing on the driver's side and write the numbers down and look the numbers up. Google 350 Chevy casting numbers online or go to your local library. the year and the casting number will give you all the specs on that engine.
It's threaded. Twist it counterclockwise.
bell housing are the same for bbc and sbc. clutch will need to be correct and check the mounting location lengths compared to the bellhousing for fitment.
need year of vehicle first.1995
About 3 hrs. To take it out.
no the bellhousing on 99 is made like a ford starter mounts to bellhousing and not to motor and it has a full bellhousing instead of open on bottom
this is a mechanics job you have to remove inlet manifold,exhaust manifolds,and then remove heads to replace the valves
No. The bell housing is actually on the transmission.
Remove the trans and take it to a transmission repair shop.