Originally Posted by Jake_Dragon
I know what needs support from when I had to replace the rear end. But I appreciate the input.
I haven't pulled a transmission out of a Vette before. I just need to know if I can drop the trans out the bottom or do I need to pull the engine and trans at the same time?
Engine can stay in Your Corvette.
Drop the transmission out from underneath as normal with any other rear wheel drive car or truck.
Unhook the TV cable up top.
Remove the trans dipstick indicator.
Drop the exhaust system for under carriage working room.
Remove the driveshaft.
Then support the trans with a floor jack or a small steady rest of some sort.
Remove the C beam.
Loosen stater mounting bolts 2 turns. Leave it in vehicle.
Remove the tans dust cover.
Remove the 3 torque converter to flexplate bolts.
Remove the VSS electrical connector.
Disconnect the TCC lockup connector.
Remove the 6 bellhousing bolts.
Lower trans out of your Vette.
Support engine with blocks of wood under the engine oil pan.
Don't forget to disconnect the transmission oil cooler lines at trans & manual shifter cable too.