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Old 05-15-2011, 05:26 AM
Land O'Lakes Fr Land O'Lakes Fr is offline
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2000 750il torque converter removal/installation

Has anyone actually personally as a DIY replaced the torque converter in their 750il ?
I am looking for a tutorial for the V-12 transmission/torque converter removal and installation from an actual DIY V-12 owner (thanks, but it's not the same procudure as the V-8). Once I complete this task, I will share my experience with the forum, but for right now I really need V-12, 750il SPECIFIC guidance.

Service manuals go gung-ho on removing everything in sight, yet I know from past experience that certain jobs can be performed leaving certain things installed, such as exhaust systems.

Thanks in advance for any assistance specific to the V-12 750il.
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