1963 Dynaflow in Buick - Post War - Technical Posted February 4, 2008 I have a 425 CI engine connected to a Dynaflow. It came out of a 1963 Buick. The engine is stuck. I plan on investigating the cause by placing the engine on an engine stand. Who knows, I might want it for my 64 Wildcat. But first I have to remove the Dynaflow. The shop manual says that I must remove the flywheel cover at the bottom of the engine (which I've done) and take out the three bolts connecting the torque converter to the flywheel. But you can only get to one bolt at a time because the others are at on top of the flywheel, hidden by the transmission housing. The shop manual says you must rotate the engine until the bolts are at the bottom where you can get to them. But the engine is stuck and I can't rotate the engine, therefore I can't get the Dynaflow off. Any suggestions?