Pro Con Ten-fusion

alan cordeiro alancordeiro at
Tue Aug 15 19:33:37 EDT 2006

Once you remove the bracket attached on the passenger's side of the
transmission (one bolt, the other is a pilot shaft) the cables can remain up 
they will not hold the transmission back once you lower the rear
of the transmission a few inches.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kneale Brownson" <kneale at>
To: <200q20v at>
Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2006 3:30 PM
Subject: Pro Con Ten-fusion

>I remain inexperienced and confused....What does one do with the ProConTen
> cables when extracting the transmission?
> 1.  Do I unbolt the bracket attached to the body?
> 2.   Or do I somehow loop cables off the invisible connection to the 
> tranny
> somehow?
> I finally have all the hidden bolts out of the connection between the
> tranny and  engine castings.  I can slide the tranny about a quarter inch
> back.  Looks like the cables tighten then.  That's as much as I've been
> able to figure out.  Bentley directions led me to think there is a bracket
> attached to the tranny, but now I'm thinking it's the one attached to the
> passenger side of the driveline tunnel that gets detached.
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