engine replacement

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Old 10-24-05, 10:02 PM
hefe3
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engine replacement

I am using a repair manual to replace my engine in my 93 mitsu montero. The next step is to "remove transmission assembly - see section 7" Section 7 explains how to remove the transmission from the vehicle. I remember years ago on my Chevy truck that I left my transmission installed and just unbolted the bell housing from the motor.

The question: Do I have to remove the transmission or just unhook it from the motor?
 
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Old 10-25-05, 07:41 AM
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I really can't tell you the answer to your question, but can tell you this.........

I had never owned a Jap car until 2 weeks ago, and found out that they are not fun to work on, especially a Mitsubishi. They seem to put everything where you have to take half the vehicle apart to get to.

Good luck in your motor swap, hopefully it will happen quickly for you!
 
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Old 10-25-05, 08:59 AM
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Oddly enough the R&R procedure on autozone.com is similar, only it has you remove the engine & tranny as a unit before removing the trans. I'm wondering if there isn't some reason they don't want you to leave the tranny where it is and lift the engine out.
 
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