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B) I POSTED THIS IN THE WRONG SPOT , SO I AM REDOING IT HERE . HOPE ITS NOT A PAIN!!

1993 Lexus SC400 UPDATE!! :D I have the car on jack stands, I have

1:disconnected the neg battery cable

2.removed the tranny dip stick

3.disconnected the throttle cable and clamps

4.removed the exahst pipe and converters (hollowed the converters out btw)

5.removed the exhaust heat insulator

6removed the rear center floor crossmember brace.

7removed the shift control rad.

8removed the driveshaft

9removed the electrical harness from the transmission

10removed the oil cooler tube clamp and disconnected the tubes

11removed the lower engine cover

12removed the torque converter inspection plate

13renived the torque converter bolts

14supported the tranny with a jack

15removed the rear tranny mount

16removed transmission mounting bolts to the engine

question is.. this thing wont budge now and Im afraid to pry it, is there somthing i missed ? or is it just difficult to come out. I dont want to force it , without knowing. any help would be appriciated

Thanks

Ken

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Its stuck with the torque convertor. You should be able to lower the trans just a bit and wiggle it around a bit to make sure it will come loose. Just grab the tail housing on the trans and go side to side so it slides back an inch or so. Then you have to pry out the torque convertor from the crank. So basically, pull the trans back some to expose the torque convertor, and then use a pry bar to get the torque convertor out of the crank. Its in by about 1/2 an inch also. Once you get the torque convertor off the crank the trans should drop right out

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Its stuck with the torque convertor.  You should be able to lower the trans just a bit and wiggle it around a bit to make sure it will come loose.  Just grab the tail housing on the trans and go side to side so it slides back an inch or so.  Then you have to pry out the torque convertor from the crank.  So basically, pull the trans back some to expose the torque convertor, and then use a pry bar to get the torque convertor out of the crank.  Its in by about 1/2 an inch also.  Once you get the torque convertor off the crank the trans should drop right out

Well Im sure I have all the bolts out that mount the tranny to the engine, have to check the starter though , I didnt think that had to come out on the sc400, but I will check it. Thank you for the information , I will let ya know later how it went , on my way there now

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