1995 Ford Mustang Engine Removal

Tiny
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Engine Mechanical problem
1995 Ford Mustang 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

Hi Im attempting in removing my engine and all is done the only thing left is to get the tranny out of the engine. I undid the torque converter to drive plate nuts and the bellhousing bolts I put a jack under the transmission oil pan to support the weight of the tranny I jacked the engine but the tranny still comes with it. So I did try to pry the tranny of the engine but it still wont budge:S anyone have any ideas?
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Wednesday, November 26th, 2008 AT 9:22 AM

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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
CAUTION:When battery is disconnected, vehicle computer and memory systems may lose memory data. Driveability problems may exist until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. See COMPUTER RELEARN PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION before disconnecting battery.

AOD-E & 4R70W
Removal (Cougar, Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis, Mark VIII, Mustang, Thunderbird & Town Car)
Raise and support vehicle.

Remove torque converter access cover and adapter plate bolts from lower left side of torque converter housing.

Drain transmission fluid (including torque converter).

Mark torque converter-to-flexplate position for installation reference.

Remove 4 torque converter-to-flexplate nuts. Turn crankshaft clockwise (as viewed from front) to access nuts.

Mark position of yokes and remove drive shaft. See DRIVE SHAFT ALIGNMENT article.

Disconnect and remove speedometer sensor from extension housing.

Remove starter.

Remove rear mount-to-crossmember bolts and 2 crossmember-to-frame bolts.

Remove 2 engine rear support-to-extension housing attaching bolts.

Disconnect throttle valve linkage rod or cable from transmission.

Remove cable from bracket. Remove bracket from bellhousing.

Disconnect manual rod from transmission manual lever.

Remove 2 bellcrank bracket-to-torque converter housing bolts.

Disconnect Transmission Range (TR) sensor wires.

Position jack under transmission. Secure transmission to jack using a safety chain.

Raise transmission slightly.

Remove engine support-to-crossmember bolts.

Remove crossmember-to-frame bolts.

Remove crossmember, insulator support and damper.

Remove any interfering exhaust system hardware.

Lower jack slightly to access oil cooler lines.

Disconnect oil cooler lines from transmission. Plug openings.

Remove lower torque converter-to-housing bolts.

Remove transmission filler tube.

Slide transmission to rear, and lower it from vehicle.
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