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Trying to get trans away from bellhousing to replace throw out bearing on my 2006 gto. Seems to be stuck on the guide pins. Tried to use a chisel that wouldn't budge it. Then tried a putty knife to no avail. Tried 3ft pry bar on rear of trans. HELP
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Are you POSITIVE that you've gotten all the bolts out? That'd be my guess...

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Does it separate just a little bit or not at all?
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yah I am a '68 69 guy and my cars all have muncies

I have not had that issue b4

but

xxx2 on 1 more bolt .... unless you have some kind of corrosion going on

be carefull under there .... I dont wanna sound like your mama .... but ...



https://www.google.com/search?q=2006...Ei7e6yctp1oMM:

I am sure you have google it already ....

theres alot of great help here ... but googles your 2nd best friend after us ..............
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I put up a link to the factory shop manual here: https://www.gtoforum.com/f2/factory-...06-gto-132603/

You can download the whole thing or just the section you want.

It will show you a drawing of the trans - bell housing and you can review and then sort out if you have the topmost bolt out. Which I do not think you do.

You are also going to want to buy the Tick performance slave cylinder / throwout bearing with the remote bleeder. Really. I mean - REALLY.
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