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Hi ya everyone
Anyone in here pulled a 62TE out of a 2012 chrysler 200 yet? I have a nice low mileage replacement transmission to put in it, my only real concern is that i don't see an inspection cover to gain access to torque converter bolts..i have never seen a fwd tranny i couldnt unbolt the torque converter from the flywheel.
Other than that it doesn't look too bad.
Any advice would be appreciated.
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Mike
 

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From the internet, hopefully this helps.

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Randy



 

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Welcome to Allpar. I would strongly consider getting a factory service manual if you going to perform this level of work on the car. You will always have it for reference in the future and it may pay for itself one day.
Some of the larger public libraries may have Alldata or Motor manuals that you could photocopy for service procedures, disassembled views and torque specs, etc.
 

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Right on!!

Let us know how it goes, I have a 2011 and like to follow repairs others make.

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Randy
 
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