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· Oldie but a Goodie
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If you're doing engine work as well at this time, it is 100x easier to pull the engine and trans together than it is to try to pull the transmission off the back of the engine. Just a thought, seeing as i've done it both ways.
 

· Oldie but a Goodie
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To get the pressure plate off isn't that difficult. With one hand put a (i want to say 17mm but don't hold me to that) breaker bar or 1/2inch drive ratchet on the Crankshaft pully bolt and with your other hand (I believe the PP bolts are 12mm) use a wrench to break the bolts loose off of the pressure plate. Break one loose, turn the crank to get to the next. This way you can also use the crank to hold backpressure on the rotating assembly so the PP doesnt spin on you when you're trying to break the bolts loose.
 
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