So it occurs to me that I need to remove the transmission from a 91 Isuzu Trooper. If you must know, I want to replace the clutch because I can’t think of anything else I’d rather do for a friend on my vacation. So, we’re talking about removing a manual transmission.
I’ve got the front & rear drive shafts removed. I’ve got all the mounting bolts and shift levers & wires removed (as evidenced by my ability to spin the thing almost 180 degrees). What’s killing me is I’ve been able to slide the thing back about an inch from the engine and then no more. I can’t see anyplace where the body of the tranny is hanging up on the car. Is there any trick/internal gizmo that I’ve overlooked? Why can’t I get this damned thing off?
Told you it was a dumb question.