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1991 lincoln continental water pump stuck

Got the water pump loose but it will not come out of the engine compartment. it will not clear the side. does anyone know if it is possible to jack up the engine without totally removing it so the water pump can be removed/installed?

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You may try taking motor mount loose and just jacking up the motor to give you about another inch or two of room to work with. you should be able to do this without removing anything else. Hope this helps. Good luck.

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