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Old July 24th, 2010, 08:13 PM   #1
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1994 Mustang GT manual transmission drop?


hey everyone, my pilot bearing needs to be replaced and i have NO clue how to drop a transmission.
I dont have the money to take it to a repair shop, so I am trying to find a DIY for it.
I went to Advanced Auto Parts and looked at the manuals there, but it isnt all that helpful.
Does anyone know a website that would help me out? thanks
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Get the car up in the air, ramps of jackstands are preffered.

disconnect negative battery cable
Unplug your O2 sensors and unbolt your mid pipe. remove
Drain your transmission fluid
unbolt and remove the driveshaft
unbolt shifter handle (2x bolts)
remove 4 transmission to bellhousing bolts
unbolt crossmember from trans mount
place jack under transmission
unbolt crossmember from body. remove
lower jack until engine tips rearward
slide transmission to rear to disengage input shaft from clutch disc
(i usually do this part by laying on the ground under the trans.. its only ~75lbs)

once trans is out, pull clutch fork off the pivot ball inside the bellhousing
unclip clutch cable from fork
remove fork and TOB assembly
unbolt starter and push aside
unbolt bellhousing from engine. remove
unbolt clutch pressure plate from flywheel. be careful not to get grease on the disc, pressure plate, or flywheel
use pilot bearing removal tool to extract pilot bearing. replace
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