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91 911 trans. removal off of Engine

Thanks Wayne for your post on the engine removal. It proved invaluable.

I ended up removing the engine with the trans but I'm now having a problem getting the trans off of the engine. Obviously the 4 bolts are removed with slave cylinder and starter.

The trans has separated about 1/4 inch from the engine. I'm thinking that the clutch fork is putting pressure on the clutch has something to do with it.

If so, how would I depress this fork to relieve the pressure?

Any help would be great!
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Hey Don
There's a shaft that goes through the fork that must be removed
It on the drivers side at about 2oclock if facing the engine
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Am not sure about all gearboxes but mine has a dowl that secures fork to throw out shaft---so it's not possible to remove my shaft until gearbox is fully parted from engine. My fork/shaft rotates easily off throw out bearing... and rotates back on when installing. Believe gearbox must come straight away from engine. If it gets tilted... gearbox shaft might be binding on clutch splines.

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For a G50 trans, you must remove the black dust cover and then use a 6mm bolt to thread into the cross shaft and then pull it out. That releases the throw out bearing from the shaft and it will come apart.
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Very light tapping with your slide hammer so you don't break the ears in the bellhousing. If the shaft is tight, soak the ears with penetrating oil. Be patient.
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