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Old 01-06-2011
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so im doin a motor swap right now nd im pulling the motor off the bell housing, how in the world do i get my flex plate off?
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Its bolted to the torque converter. The TC should come off with it, separate from the tranny. IIRC, there's 3 or 4 bolts on the front side of the flywheel and the TC will separate, then the 6 usual bolts on the crank to pull the flywheel off. LR
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thank you so much!!
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