How To Remove Chevy Venture Transmission and Spark Plugs

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  1. janet says:

    have a 1994 chevy silverado n i’m removing the trans n converter to replace i took out all bolts to trans n converter n all plugs removed everything i can think of n still the trans seem to be stuck n i can’t remove can u think of any reasons why i cant get it out what do i do

    • Steve says:

      As long as you have all the trans mount bolt removed, then it sounds like the trans is binding on the engine. You will need to use a jack to raise the engine a few inches then use a prybar the break them loose from each other.

  2. Jess says:

    Hello my ford laser 1989 model is just past half way on the heat gauge. Is this normal? It is the 3 speed automatic

  3. Terry says:

    Can you change a high mileage ford digital speedometer f150 to lower mileage, or do you have ti change the speedometer to a used lower mileage, or can yoy tell what I need to do. Thankyoy please let me know what to do.

  4. Me says:

    I have a 2001 Chevy Venture Van with a 3.4L engine. I want to remove engine only. Can that be done thru the top (Hood opening)?

    ProTech: It is an extremely tight fit design and is meant to be dropped out of the bottom with the subframe and transmission as well, all as a unit. If you were to get it out the top, you would have to remove nearly everything from the engine. I can tell you it will not fit through the top with the exhaust manifolds attached and every single accessory has to come off as well. It’s a lot of work to it that way. If you can get the van high enough in the air, it is fairly easy to drop everything out of the bottom.