NO THEY ARE NOT.
You can replace all of them BUT the 2 in the rear of the engine block with out pulling the engine. To remove the rear ones you can either pull the transmission are remove the engine your choice.
Yes, the engine will pull right out without removing the trans.
If your asking if it can be done without removing the transmission? NO.
No. The flex plate is on the transmission input shaft between engine and transmission. To get it out you have to pull the transmission. Fortunately, it's not hard to do.
There is a problem with the valve body in the automatic transmission. It may stay like that, or it may get worse - no accurate prediction can be done without pulling the transmission apart to see what the cause is.
It depends on where the slave cylinder is located. If it is inside the bell housing you will have to remove the transmission.
No way, one are the other has to be taken out to repair.
No. Three speeds are normally without overdrive. There may be another transmission that you could replace it with to get overdrive.
Yes, the crossmember for suspension is in front of the engine. Very easy job.
Remove the trasnsmission and you can then replace the seal.
remove pump with line then change and reistall
no. you can pull the transmission out without removing the motor. ive done this twice in less than 3 hours
You generally can't replace the guide without replacing the cable. If the transmission still shifts easily, you don't need to replace the cable immediately (as in, it is not an emergency) however you should plan to replace it as soon as you can. yes you do there is no getting around it, sorry
hwere can I get the schematics for all the body bushings on a 1976 Corvete?
Not without major modifications. The 4L80E is shifted electronically, while the 700r4 is not. can you specify what kind modifications?
if is manual transmission you can, by pushing the car down a hill and suddenly pulling the clutch while the car is on 2nd gear
yes, remove the driver side tire, then unbolt the tranny from the morot and pull it out the bottom. (best way without taking the motor out.)
In some cars, you can get the rear bearing by dropping the transmission. For the rest, no.
If you undo the motor and transmission mounts and jack the engine up as far as it will go, yes. But it is very tight (with a big block V8). Never tried with a small block or a 6.
There is really no way to tell. Take the car to a shop and have them replace the transmission oil filter and fluid. Make sure to tell them you want the filter replaced because some places just suck out the oil and replace it without replacing the filter.
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