Asked by Dec 12, 2011 at 11:19 AM about the 1995 Ford F-150 Special Extended Cab LB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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another guy helped me a little by giving me a another website i couldn't understand it that much my question is how to take off a 1985 ford f150 tranny and torque converter i need to get to the flywheel its loose

it may be loose tourk converter bolts.but to get to flywheel bolts the tranny is going to have to come out or slide back far enough to get to the bolts,why do you feel the fly wheel bolts are loose.

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because i took off the starter and i can shake the flywheel with my hand easily

that dont sound good,yes the tranny will have to come out.the flywheel is aluinimun,it may be cracked or broken.

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i dont think its cracked or anything im just worried about taking the tranny off without droping it any ideas?

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