Removing The Slave Cylinder And The Transmission Bolts
8. Remove the slave cylinder.
Extension to the rescue. Use a swivel to reach the allen bolt.
Once the bolt is out, slide the slave cylinder out. Little room to work with, so be patient.
Next step is to remove all of the transmission to engine bolts. There are a total of 9 bolts and the diagram below will show their locations. This is looking from the rear of the transmission.
9. Start by removing bolts 1, 2, and 3. Shot of the passenger side.
You can try and use a wrench to remove the 16mm bolts from the transmission but I find that there is an easier way. Connect two 2' extensions, a swivel and reach from behind the transmission. Play around with the position because there is stuff that will get in the way. Maybe easier if you disconnected the shifter rods first. If you need more room, remove the transmission mounts and tilt the trans+engine down.
Finally reach in with your hand and put the socket on. This is a shot of the passenger side. FYI, these bolts were on tight. There is some kind of hose in the way so space is limited, but it is possible to remove the top bolts using this method.
10. Continuing down the passenger side of the transmission. Remove 4 and 5. Fairly easy to get out. You may have to use a 16mm open ended wrench to reach #5. You do not have to remove the starter.
11. Drivers side of the transmission. Remove 8 and 9. Pretty straight forward.
12. Remove 6 and 7.
Here are all of the bolts. Some of them are different.