PS.... this might help you... you can thank me later.... shh.
"The overdrive unit can be removed and serviced separately. It is not necessary to remove the entire transmission assembly to perform overdrive unit repairs.
CAUTION: The transmission and torque converter must be removed as an assembly to avoid component damage. The converter drive plate, pump bushing, or oil seal can be damaged if the converter is left attached to the driveplate during removal.
Disconnect battery negative cable.
Hoist and support vehicle.
Remove skid plate, if equipped.
Remove skid plate support crossmember, if equipped.
Disconnect and lower or remove necessary exhaust components.
Remove starter motor.
Support engine with suitable support stand and wood block.
Remove bolts attaching engine-to-transmission brackets to transmission.
Remove bolt and nut attaching each engine-to-transmission bracket to the motor mounts.
Remove bolts holding the engine-to-transmission brackets to the front axle, if equipped.
Loosen bolts attaching engine-to-transmission brackets to each side of the engine block.
Raise engine slightly.
Remove torque converter access cover.
Tighten bolts attaching engine-to-transmission brackets to each side of the engine block.
Disconnect fluid cooler lines at transmission.
If transmission is being removed for overhaul, remove transmission oil pan, drain fluid and reinstall pan.
Remove fill tube bracket bolts and pull tube out of transmission. Retain fill tube seal. On 4 x 4 models, it will also be necessary to remove bolt attaching transfer case vent tube to converter housing Fill Tube Attachment
Rotate crankshaft in clockwise direction until converter bolts are accessible. Then remove bolts one at a time. Rotate crankshaft with socket wrench on dampener bolt.
Mark propeller shaft and axle companion flanges for assembly alignment. Then disconnect and remove propeller shaft.
Disconnect wires from park/neutral position switch and transmission solenoid.
Disconnect throttle valve cable from transmission bracket and throttle valve lever.
On 4 x 4 models, disconnect shift rod from transfer case shift lever. Or remove shift lever from transfer case and tie rod and lever to chassis component with wire.
Raise transmission slightly with service jack to relieve load on crossmember and supports.
Remove bolts securing rear support and cushion to transmission and crossmember. Raise transmission slightly, slide exhaust hanger arm from bracket Rear Support Cushion and remove rear support.
Remove bolts attaching crossmember to frame and remove crossmember.
On 4 x 4 models, disconnect vent hose from transfer case. Then remove transfer case with transmission jack or aid of helper.
Remove all converter housing bolts.
Carefully work transmission and torque converter assembly rearward off engine block dowels.
Lower transmission and remove assembly from under the vehicle."