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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-15-2010, 11:28 PM Thread Starter
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My truck is a 1996 f350 with 196000 miles on it and I broke the transmmission my question is what is the easy way to get the convertor bolts out I've have every thing else removes and ready to pull except those darn bolts won't come loose any suggestion would be very help full. Thanks BRANDON

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Re: torque convertor bolts

I just pulled the pan, stuck a wrench on it, got my bro to hold it from spinning with a BF screwdriver, and tapped the wrench with a small hammer until it broke loose. Then I stuck the ratchet on there and pulled them out...


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Re: torque convertor bolts

Do you mean oil pan

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Re: torque convertor bolts



it sucks but once you get one of the they will go as easy as pie lol

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Re: torque convertor bolts

I'm I wrong there 14mm socket the bolts

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Re: torque convertor bolts

I use a 3/8" impact, no need to hold the flexplate and it zips them right out.

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Re: torque convertor bolts

[QUOTE=Commonrailkiller;892709]Do you mean oil pan[/QUOTE

No. I meant the dust cover.


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