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How do you remove the bell housing on a 1990 Buick park avenue?

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Answered 2007-10-16 02:03:47

trans bell bolts? 3 or 4 top of trans, back of motor under exhaust crossover pipe 1 above starter 1 back of motor, use flashlight, look over pass side axle at back of motor

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