Help removing 5 speed transmision in 89 camry all trac

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Old 23 Oct 2004, 11:18 pm   #1 (permalink)
sandg
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Default Help removing 5 speed transmision in 89 camry all trac

I am having trouble removing my 5 speed transmission to cahnge my clutch in
my 89 camry all trac. I have all of the bolts out and can't split the
transmission from the engine by more than 1/2" in any one place. This has
me stymied.

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Old 26 Oct 2004, 12:10 pm   #2 (permalink)
Jason James
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"sandg" <scottguri@povn.com> wrote in message
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> I am having trouble removing my 5 speed transmission to cahnge my clutch

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> my 89 camry all trac. I have all of the bolts out and can't split the
> transmission from the engine by more than 1/2" in any one place. This has
> me stymied.


You've probably got it separated by now,..but, sometimes the clutch or input
shaft welds itself inside the spiggot or support bearing in the end of the
engine's crankshaft. Unfortunately, only equally applied force will get it
to let go,.....best of luck!

ps,..try a couple of tire levers,..one on each side of the engine-g'box
split.

Jason


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