|08-21-2012 08:37 PM|
it can be done in car but you still have no acess to the pump and converter imo its a half assed way for a fix as stated above better to pull it out and do a first class rebuild
|08-21-2012 06:46 PM|
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|08-20-2012 09:25 PM|
remove the trans in 1 chunk,or you will damage the front pump or fp drive. remove torqe to drive plat bolts,then suport on a good floor jack,remove bell housing bolts and rear cross member. ouit she comes . be sure to pry the torqe back after the 4 torqe to drive plate nuts ar removed.then remove the bell h bolts.
|08-20-2012 07:43 PM|
Agreed. That FMX is probably one of the easiest transmissions to remove.
1.) remove the driveshaft, linkage, fluid lines, etc.
2.) 2 bolts at the mount, 2 more on the cross-member.
3.) 4 bolts that attach the trans to the bell-housing (similar to manual trans)
4.) Slip the entire cast body back, and lower it down.
You can (optionally) remove the bell-housing and convertor later.
|08-20-2012 07:03 PM|
the trans is not rebuilt in the car... what happens is you can disassemble the transmission piece by piece from the car.
Reverse the order to install parts.
this was a method used in first gen T-bird cars.
Makes no sense to do this method on a car where the trans can be removed in one piece
|08-20-2012 04:12 PM|
FMX in car rebuild?
i need to rebuild my transmission and in searching for pointers on this specific one i kept seeing it be mentioned that it can be done with it still in the car?!
so just wondering if anybody could elaborate or point me in a good direction didnt find much searching
thanks in advance!