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You have to remove engine from vechicle .drain oil out.you have to remove cylinder heads and tilt engine around on engine stand you have to remove oil pan then remove rod bearings caps bolts remove cap.put piece rubber hose on rod studs protect crankshaft. then you tap piston using piece of wood tap piston from bottom worn it out from top of cylinder head.

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------------------text fsm---------------------
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