why not read the instructions on mitchell's diy (google that)
its transaxle on the FWD car a Toyota Corolla. it is..
so books on Corolla cover this too, and vastly more easy to find
no transmission stated, there are 3
A24oL has it
A241H has it (it means plate seen below)
A245e , the photo shows no plate.... oddly.
2 On some models it may be necessary to remove the level gauge and reservoir tank.
A clamp on the side of the stick retains the unit in the tube
- Disconnect the neutral start switch. Disconnect the speedometer cable or speed sensor.
- Disconnect the shift control cable and throttle cable (at engine compartment).
- Disconnect the oil cooler hose. Plug the end of the hose to prevent leakage.
- Drain the radiator and remove the water inlet pipe if so equipped.
- Raise and support the vehicle safely. Drain the transaxle fluid. As required remove the exhaust front pipe.
- Remove the engine undercover. Remove the front and rear transaxle mounts.
- Support the engine and transaxle using the proper equipment. Remove the engine center and lower crossmember.
- On some models it may be necessary to remove the front exhaust pipe.
- Remove the halfshafts. Remove the starter assembly. Remove the filler pipe.
- Remove the flywheel cover plate. Remove the torque converter bolts.
- Remove the left engine mount. Remove the transaxle-to-engine bolts. Slowly back the transaxle away from the engine. Lower the assembly to the floor.
LOOKS ME ME you jumped the gun to step 10 too soon
the TC must be unbolted.from drive plate.