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Old 03-25-2007, 08:28 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone had any instructions or list of tools needed to remove the tranny out of my 95 bonneville. I found someone that is going to help me remove it. I would like to get this moving. Atleast getthe tranny out so when i do get money i have that part out of the way.
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autozone will rent the 34mm axle nut.
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Here are the original posts of how to remove and install the trans in a '95 SE with photographs:
'95 SLE trans removal with photos
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Gameover is also a good source of previous posts regarding trans removal. I think he went through 3 in 3 months. All I remember is by the time you realized he was thinking about it, he was done.
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If you don't have an engine hanger but do have a hoist you can pull the trans with the engine out from above. Here are instructions: http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=84

The engine hanger and sub-frame separation is an easier approach.
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Thank you, i truely appriciate any and all help or comments
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Gameover is also a good source of previous posts regarding trans removal. I think he went through 3 in 3 months. All I remember is by the time you realized he was thinking about it, he was done.
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are trannys are very easy to remove and put in
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