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Old 06-06-2011, 07:23 PM
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Torque Converter/Flywheel Bolts

I can't get a wrench on the flywheel bolts that hold the converter. I've tried all ends of a 16-17mm and there is so limited space to reach them. Is there something I'm missing or a special wrench that will get them off. Putting them back in is going to be a chore...any suggestions?
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so you cant get a hold on the bolts or you cant wedge something in there to stop it from turning
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I can't get a hold o the bolts. Is it a 17mm?
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