Originally Posted by JayIV
Lol, he doesn't have a manual, and if he did I don't think it would do us any good anyway.
It's a 1990. I geuss they got started yesterday dropping the tranny. I'll be able to help later today.
I was just wondering if there was some online help I could look at.
Yeah, well, a manual would be about the best twenty bucks he could spend! I'm real fastidious about this...on every vehicle I wrench on, the very first purchase I make is a manual, and there's a lotta information there that will avoid you having to come onto a forum and ask the guys who DO have the manuals and are willing to take the time to either look up the answer, or simply know the answer outta hand... No offense intended, but it's REAL important to have a manual and to use it before using a forum, in my opinion. Forums are very useful for those questions that fall between the cracks, or for those questions not answered or answered well by the manuals!!!
And, since you DON'T have a manual, let me just tell ya that a manual would help you out a great deal!!! I prefer Haynes, others prefer Chiltons and/or the FSM...