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06 camry 2.4 engine removal

Removing 06 2.4 camry engine, can the engine come through the top? bolts to the trans are it the flywheel housing.

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You are not going to get the engine and trans out thru the top together. What I do is hold the engine with a fender supported engine hook, and I remove the transmission.
Then I pull the engine out thru the top. Hope this helps.
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