Under the dashboard on the passenger side. 3 7mm hexhead bolts.
one on the bottom one on the top, the rest bolts onto the transmission
Remove the u-joint from the back of the transmission. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Remove the transmission bolts. Remove the linkage. The transmission will slide backwards and can be removed.
Push bottom in then up for bottom. Top has two bolts then lifts up out of clips behind seat
i have the same problem on my 97 eldorado. the transmission is too close to the bolt to get a socket around it. you would have to take the whole engine out or take it into a repair shop and be sure to tell them exactly what the problem is so that they dont spend a bunch of time looking for something else wasting your money.
Hope this will help, I replaced mine,88 eldorado, and found it at left end of the top hose, attached by (2)Two bolts. Facing engine,top radiator-hose,follow to the left with point of contact on engine top,secured by with two bolts. Good Luck
Itt is not a hard job. Simply remove the vacuuum line then the 2 bolts that hold it on. Clean the carbon from the manifold where it bolts. Replace the vvalve and instaall the vac line. GoodluckJoe
NO. You will have to remove all the transmission bolts and slide the transmission back enough to get a wrench and your hand between the engine and transmission to remove the fly-wheel bolts.
I have removed all bolts an linkage, I tried separating the transmission and transfer case and can't get it to come apart
NO. You will have to remove the transmission bolts and move the transmission back alittle after you have removed the driveshaft,transmission lines,crossmember bolts,starter,flywheel dust cover,front driveshaft,torque converter bolts. NO OTHER WAY.
you first remove the engine mounting brackets, then you place a jack under the transmission and remove the cross member bolts that hold the transmission up. after the bolts are removed you can lower the transmission down which will tilt the motor back allowing access to the top 2 bolts from the back side
It bolts to the back of the transmission.It bolts to the back of the transmission.
Wow, a 49 caddy!!!!! The majority of door handles from this era were bolted on from inside the door. The door liner must be removed to access the bolts. I am not 100% sure about your 1949 Cadillac, but suspect it is the same.Wow, a 49 caddy!!!!! The majority of door handles from this era were bolted on from inside the door. The door liner must be removed to access the bolts. I am not 100% sure about your 1949 Cadillac, but suspect it is the same.
Under the rubber boot covering the shifter, there should be 4? bolts. Make sure transmission is in neutral and remove these bolts, shifter should be able to be removed at this time
Drain antifreeze, remove upper and lower rad hoses remove both cooling fans, and both bolts that hold condesnor to rad and pull rad upward out
The fuel pump for the Cadillac Eldorado with 500 ci engine is located on the left side of the engine block. There are two bolts that hold it in place. There is the fuel line from tank ( fuel pump inlet) line , vapor return hose and fuel pump to carburetor line( fuel pump outlet.) 1974 fuel pumps also have a fuel filter in the pump.
You can get them from the top with the distributor removed.
I believe you remove the transmission dust shield via the 4 bolts that hold it one. once removed, you should have plenty of room to access the rear bolts.
make sure the bolts are removed from above in interior, remove trans bolts, lower on suitable lift. May have to lift engine a bit.
there are six bolts in the bellhousing on a v8 Chevrolet transmission
It is NOT on the upper radiator hose, it is where the lower hose connects next to the air filter housing. You do not need to disconnect the hose, there are two 10mm bolts that come off and the thermostat is inside this housing.
It is the part of the transmission case that bolts to the engine.It is the part of the transmission case that bolts to the engine.
There are 6 bolts that hold the transmission to the 4.3L block.
After removing the inspection cover on the under side of the transmission, you will see the torque converter. Remove the three bolts from the converter to flex plate. You will have to rotate the engine to gain access to all the bolts. If you can not rotate engine, you may pull the converter with the engine, it will slide out of the transmission, but you will have to pull engine more forward upon removal. There are six bolts that hold the transmission to the engine that will need to be removed. After removing these bolts the engine should be ready to be removed from transmission. There are two alignment pins on the back of the engine about 3/4" long. Once you have the engine lifted a bit to take the weight, rock it back and forth a bit to free it from the transmission, engine should slip free of the transmission.
Loosen the transmission mount retaining bolts. Loosen the back to engine retaining bolts. Jack the transmission of approximately 1 inch. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Remove the transmission mount. Reverse the process to install the new transmission mount.