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Old 12-23-2000, 06:33 PM
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does anyone have an answer to how to access the uppermost bolt that bolts the transmission to the engine block on the passenger side. I am considering dropping the tranny to replace the rear main seal and this one looks like the toughest one to access. Looks like there is a thin gauge heat shild on this side that if I remove I may pick up a little more clearance.
If anybody has an easy way I would like to hear about it.
thanks and Merry Christmas everyone
'95 E320
'97 Honda CRV

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Old 12-23-2000, 08:50 PM
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When the tranny mount is dropped, the tranny will sag and cause the engine to drop in the rear. We use a special long extension and a wobble 17mm socket.

Donnie Drummonds
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