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Old 07-02-2008, 08:53 AM
SteveH SteveH is offline
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Having done it both ways, I'd recommend pulling the engine/trans/xfer as a unit. It takes more people and cursing to just pull the tranny/xfer. Regardless, you might review the procedure in the Haynes manual so you get a good overview. Don't try to hurry, and recall that you typically have the flywheel turned while it's out (adding a day to the job). If you pull the engine, you can then very easily replace the side cover and manifold gaskets, too. My .02 worth.
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