During removal of transmission (100) from engine (101), support transmission with a lifting chain and hoist.
Attach lifting chain to sides of transmission as follows:
Remove bottom screw (102) from right transmission mount and left screw (103) from left transmission
Install 1/2 inch washers (104) onto two 12mm x 3.0 bolts (105). Insert bolts through chain links of lifting
Install bolts (105) into holes on transmission mounts where screws (102, 103) were removed. Thread bolts a
minimum of one inch.
Attach lifting chain to hoist using shackles.
Attach lifting chain to top of transmission (100) as follows:
Install 1/2 inch washer (106) onto 12mm x 3.0 bolt (107). Insert bolt through chain link of lifting chain.
Install nut (108) onto bolt.
Install bolt (107) into hole at top of transmission (100), to the right of the oil filter. Thread bolt completely into
hole then tighten nut (108).
Attach lifting chain to hoist using shackle.
Raise hoist to take up slack in chains. Readjust chains as required.
Tag and disconnect supply hose (109) and return hose (110) from park brake and differential lock solenoid valve
Tag and disconnect two wires (111, 112) from back-up alarm switch (113) and orange wire (114) from
transmission temperature sender (115). Tag and disconnect four plugs (116) from transmission solenoids (117).
Tag and disconnect ground wire (125) by removing screw (126).
Remove crankcase breather hose (118) from bracket (119). Remove access cover (120) and bracket by
removing screws (121).
Locate access hole in flywheel housing. Manually rotate engine flywheel by turning crankshaft pulley until first
drive plate mounting screw (122) is visible. Remove screw.
Rotate flywheel and remove remaining seven screws (122) to separate engine flywheel from transmission drive
Transmission is heavy and awkward. Enlist the help of two aides when removing to prevent injury to
personnel and damage to components. Transmission must be held in place until all attaching screws are
Remove transmission (100) from engine (101) by removing eleven screws (124). Move transmission to a suitable
work area for further maintenance. Support front edge of torque converter housing with wooden blocks stack to
approximately 9 inches. Remove lifting chains.