I have a 1991 AWD Dodge Grand Caravan SE. I need to remove the transaxle to replace the Rear Main Oil Seal. This transaxle has a Power Transfer Unit and I don't know how to disconnect it so I can pull the transaxle. The only info I can find on the PTU says its seperate from the transaxle. The removal steps don't say how to seperate it from the transaxle. With the car having a PTU it looks like I don't have to remove the R/H Half Shaft. Some advise on how to seperate it or a website that I could go to find out how. Thanks............ Charles
automatic transaxle removal on 1991 Dodge Grand Caravan
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