yes. I posted how to do it a day or two ago in some other thread about transmissions. If I can find it I will edit this post with what I typed.
Here's what I do. I disconnect the starter and remove it, then disconnect the speedo cable from the transmission. Next I drain it and pull the axles out. You will have to get the axle nuts off to remove the axles and they can be a real bear. For info on how to get those off (if they don't cooperate) search it, many many ways and methods have been discussed and one should work for you. There are two connectors you will need to disconnect (assuming you have a manual, for auto I dunno how many), one bolt holding some wires on top of the tranny along with a bracket for the clutch slave line, and the clutch slave cylinder. While that is disconnected do not push down the clutch pedal, it will blow the cylinder and will need to be rebuilt. With that stuff out of the way it leaves only the mounts and drivers' side crossmember. At this point you can remove the crossmember and the rear lower mount. I simply unbolt the control arm from the crossmember instead of removing the whole thing, I find that easier for me. Now you only have the front and drivers' side mount holding it in. Here is where youo support the motor with something. I tend to use a jackstand and a block of wood, the wood is to protect the oil pan from the jackstand as it may damage it. Once that is supported I'd go ahead and disconnect the front mount, then the drivers' side mount. Now the trans should be just hanging on the engine by the input shaft and the 6 bolts. Just unbolt those six bolts and put something under the tranny to support it (something that is moveable back and forth and side to side. A simple trans. jack is what I use, it cost me $30 at a tool shop to buy. Once the trans is supported slide it off. You may have to wiggle it and turn it some to get it off, but it should come off without too much trouble, unless something is seriously [fizzle]ed up. As for taking it apart, I have never done it before so I don't feel qualified to tell you how. I have seen it done many times and probably could tell you, but not having done it myself I don't want to tell you the wrong things to do