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Old 06-29-2013, 09:38 PM   #1
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Engine removal guide

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How to remove your engine I guess? Unhook driveshaft. Transmission mounts. Drop your transmission? (Not too sure) Motor mounts. Radiator. Transmission cooling lines. Disconnect all electrical sources. Exhaust manifolds and viola. Jack up your car from the front and out some jack stands and get yourself a cherry picker to pick that thing out of there. Although I suggest you get someone experienced to help you
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Lol^ motor mounts are last
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Putting the motor mounts back in is the hard part. First, you must stab the transmission and get all the bolts in. Then jack the engine up and put one on at the time.
I would not take the engine and transmission out at the same time unless you plan on jacking the car up sky high.

I would start by taking off the upper intake and everything in your way. Then radiator removal.The next big accomplishment is removing the power steering and a/c mounts. Remember, you need a power steering pulley puller. Work one area at a time and do not forget the present (time) is a gift
Are you going for the rebuild or the recycled engine? This will make a difference what parts are necessary to come off.
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Lol^ motor mounts are last
No particular order haha just said things that came
To mind when slipping out a motor
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