1995 Toyota Corolla 1.6L 3spd automatic (4AFE engine, A131L transmission). Sounds easy right? 1)The oil pan has a stiffener plate over it, cover half of the oil pan, and connecting to the transmission. 2)A center/cross member connecting the sub frame and the front of the car covers the stiffener plate, and 1 of the screw that hold the stiffener plate to the transmission. 3) The rear transmission mount and the sub frame sandwich the center/cross member with the mount bolt. 4) If you loosen the mount bolts on the bottom that sandwich the cross member, and try to jack the transmission up slightly, the whole car is lifted, not good. 5) If you try to loosen the mount bolts on the front, connecting the transmission, there is one bolt at the bottom that you cannot access. The rubber mount bushing is blocking its access. 6) I'm thinking about dropping the sub frame to get the cross member out instead, but it will mess up the alignment, I assume. 7) In addition, the usual stuff to remove like the front lower exhaust pipe and all that simple stuff. I'm thinking about giving up.