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Old 06-27-2009, 06:25 AM
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The frame of the altima is directly under the transmission pan on my 06 altima 2.5. Which motor/trans mounts do I need to disconnect to jack the motor up to access the trans pan bolts?????thanks
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The frame of the altima is directly under the transmission pan on my 06 altima 2.5. Which motor/trans mounts do I need to disconnect to jack the motor up to access the trans pan bolts?????thanks
I am looking for the same answers. my trany pan on my 2006 altima got cracked open when something hit it and i need to get this this off so i can get back on the road.
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Unbolt the left side of the subframe and let it come down. You can remove the bolts from the front and rear motor mounts for more clearance.
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do you have any pictures? this is the first time i have ever done this and i can't find a manual at any autozone or parts store.

also are you talking about left as in driver side or passenger side
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Thank you mpe235 I really appreciate your help. searched for hours trying to find out how to do this. not much detailed info for this job out there. I will be glad to be back on the road in my 05 again,having to ride in dads civic and the ride is not as smooth.
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Left would be driver's side.
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