I have a 2007 mustang tr3650 need to know how to seprate the transmission from bell housing

Need to know how to seperate the bond from the bell housing and transmission

My car has 123000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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Hi there. Typically I would use a floor jack to hold up the end of the trans and remove the cross member. After that, you can use a floor jack to raise or lower the tranny gain access to those hard to reach top bell housing bolts Since we can’t post any diagrams or images on this Q & A platform, the best advice I can offer is for you to purchase a service and repair manual for your 2007 Ford Mustang, as it will give you detailed instructions on how to complete this process. This video might help you as the process is very similar.

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There is only one set of production gear ratios for gears one through four, but there are two gear sets used in the TR3650. The ratios are all 3.38, 2.00, 1.32, 1.00.
Recommended Oil and Fill Capacity

The 2007 Mustang GT owner`s manual specified the use of 3.0 L of non-synthetic Mercon ATF in the 3650, while the 2008 Mustang GT owner`s manual now specifies the use of 3.0 L of Mercon-V ATF in the 3650. Dexron III/Mercon Non-Synthetic ATF seems to work best for pre-2005 Mustang GTs.

Manual Transmission

The majority of Mustangs come with a ratio of 2.73-3.31 from the factory.

Placard on the driver`s side door

This card contains specific details about the year the car was made, its transmission, engine specifications and other details. To determine what type of transmission system you have under the hood, write down the code that appears underneath or beside the “TR” symbol.

The calculation uses the number of teeth in the ring gear and divides it by the number of teeth in the pinion gear to provide you with a “[result] to 1” ratio. For example, if the pinion gear has 41 teeth, and the ring gear has 11 teeth, the ratio would be calculated as 41/11, which is equal to 3.73 = 3.73:1.
Automatic transmissions: 4L60-E: 11.2 quarts.
How much transmission fluid your vehicle needs ranges from as few as 8-9 quarts for small passenger vehicles to more than 20 quarts for heavy-duty trucks. As you do when determining how often to change transmission fluid, check your owner`s manual for the transmission fluid capacity.
Currently, the TREMEC TR-3650 is used in the Ford Mustang GT and the BA Falcon. It was first introduced in 2001 as a replacement for the T-45 five speed. Produced from 2001-2004 as shown, and 2005-2010 with a remote shifter in the S-197 Mustang.
The Mustang GT has a 5.0-liter V8 engine that puts out 460 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. The Mustang Bullitt employs this engine, but it`s rated at 480 horsepower. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, and a 10-speed automatic is optional.
The easiest way to tell the difference is to look for the drain plug. The T-5 (T-45) transmission has the drain plug on the passenger side of the transmission case. The TR3650 transmission has the drain plug on the bottom of the transmission case, pointing straight down towards the ground.
TR3650 Manual Transmission for Ford 05-10 Mustang 4.6L 5 Speed Zumbrota Drivetrain.
Look under the hood: if the dealership will let you, the easiest way to determine if an engine is a V6 is to count the cylinders. Six cylinders equal a V6. Rear ornament: if the back of the vehicle is sporting the famous horse, it`s probably a V6. V8 Mustangs are labeled with a “GT” instead.
Traxxas Transmission Speed Gear Set, 9.7:1 Reduction Ratio/ 11-Tooth P – Key City Hobby.
5 speed manual transmission (C56) models 1995/05~ (C56). 1st: 2.929, 2nd: 2.176, 3rd: 1.700, 4th: 1.364, 5th: 1.167.
An automatic transmission typically consists of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. However, some cars may differ slightly.
5 speed manual transmission (C56) models 1995/05~ (C56). 1st: 2.929, 2nd: 2.176, 3rd: 1.700, 4th: 1.364, 5th: 1.167.
An automatic transmission typically consists of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. However, some cars may differ slightly.

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I have a 2007 mustang tr3650 need to know how to seprate the transmission from bell housing
ANSWER : Hi there. Typically I would use a floor jack to hold up the end of the trans and remove the cross member. After that, you can use a floor jack to raise or lower the tranny gain access to those hard to reach top bell housing bolts Since we can’t post any diagrams or images on this Q & A platform, the best advice I can offer is for you to purchase a service and repair manual for your 2007 Ford Mustang, as it will give you detailed instructions on how to complete this process. This video might help you as the process is very similar.

Need to replace clutch but also looks like bell housing cracked around the starter to transmission?
ANSWER : Hello there. Clutch replacement in your 2006 Dodge Dakota is a large job. To replace the clutch, many components such as the transmission and driveshaft must be removed. If you are unsure at all about doing this job, it should be left to a professional. The cranked bell housing will be a problem – if it breaks when the starter is removed, then the transmission may not function until it is repaired. A qualified technician, such as one from YourMechanic, should be consulted and a vehicle inspection performed to determine the best course for repair.

Engine swap details needed. I need to know if the swap will fit.
ANSWER : Hi there. When it comes to swapping engines for your vehicle, what you can do is check all of the engine mounts and transmission mounts and make sure that they will work. If the mounts are a little off but there is room, then you may have to retro fit a custom mount. Check the length of the engine and the transmission assembly together. Make sure that the assembly is the same length. It may be okay if it’s a few inches shorter or longer, however, it cannot exceed 3 inches or the assembly will not fit. There has to be room for the engine to move around. Also, keep in mind, the CV shafts may not match up to the transmission and wheel hubs, especially if the transmission is shorter or longer. If you need further assistance with swapping your engine with another engine, then seek out a professional, such as one from Your Mechanic, to help you.

Does this transmission have a transmission filter that can or needs to be change at certain miles?
ANSWER : Most vehicles have an internal transmission filter that can be changed by removing the transmission pan. Some diesel trucks will have an external filter that can be changed just like an oil filter. The transmission filter is usually recommended to be replaced either when the transmission fluid is replaced or around 100,000 miles depending on the manufacturer’s recommendation.

As for which fluid to use, I would recommend looking in you owners manual. Your owners manual will list all fluid specifications that are required for your vehicle including capacity and type. I would always recommend using what the manufacturer recommends for the vehicle.

If you’d like to have your transmission fluid and filter serviced, consider YourMechanic, as one of our mobile technicians can come to your home or office to do so.

Can too much transmission fluid cause speedometer malfunctions?
ANSWER : Hi there. In most cases when you overfill the transmission fluid it can cause excessive foaming of the fluid or possible internal component failure due to excessive pressure inside the hydraulic lines. Sensors like the speed sensors however are rarely impacted by this situation. However, in regards to the possibility of probability of this; I would say perhaps a 10% chance.

Valve Cover Gaskets/ Transmission line fittings to the radiator, do I need them?
ANSWER : Hello. The only way to really know for sure if you need to have these repairs done would be to get a second opinion. If the valve covers are leaking then they should be repaired to prevent further issues. As for the transmission line fittings, if these are leaking at the transmission then they need to be fixed also. Most of the time that does not need anything more than tightening the hoses at the fitting to stop any leakage. If you would like to get a second opinion on these leaks, consider YourMechanic, as a certified mechanic can come to your home or office to diagnose and repair this.

Can I get front upper ball joints for our 2007 Ford Edge? I don’t need the entire control arms, for they don’t need to be replaced
ANSWER : The front suspension system on the Edge incorporates a strut assembly that takes the place of the upper arm and ball joint. There is a lower arm assembly though on your vehicle. If you desire to replace just the ball joints in the lower arms, Moog, AC-Delco and Mevotech all vend these lower arm ball joints separately. You’ll want to very carefully evaluate the rubber bushings in the existing arm though though. Generally, rubber based products (control arm bushings) are at the end of their service life once you get to 6-8 years or so. If wear in the rubber allows the control arm to move even .020 inches, it can make it technically impossible to align the vehicle. The tolerances are very small in front end alignment. If you desire that this issue be inspected and resolved by a certified mechanic, please request ball joint replacement and the responding certified mechanic will address all of your concerns. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to re-contact YourMechanic as we are always here to help you.

There is automatic transmission fluid in a manual transmission. Is it okay to leave or do I need manual transmission fluid?
ANSWER : This would depend on what the manufacturer recommends. Many manual transmissions do take automatic transmission fluid. If your transmission has ATF in it, it is very likely that it is supposed to have that in there. If not, it is likely that the transmission would not function properly with the wrong fluid. Many manual transmissions will also take engine oil as a lubricant. The best way to know for sure is to check your owner’s manual or call your local General Motors dealership to inquire.