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Engine removal Can I remove the engine through the top or do I have to remove it from the bottom.

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You can do it from top,not that hard

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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SOURCE: caravan engine removal

The recommended way is to unhook and unbolt every thing and support engine and transaxle in a cradle, then raise vehicle up until you can remove the engine/trans from underneath.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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SOURCE: engine removal on 2002 ford taurus se

the engine comes out the bottom, u have to remove the entire sub frame.

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SOURCE: 93 saturn twin cam starter removal

Top bolt is almost dirrectly above bottom bolt but,toward engine about 1 inch. slip 13mm.socket with enstention behind starter solenoid ,you have to fish for this bolt.Very hard if you do not have a rack,We always remove it from bottom.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Engine removal on a 2005 E250 econoline van v-8

u must remove the front bumpwer the grill, ac core, radiator and any lines or wiring in the way, IT DOESN'T COME OUT THE BOTTOM.

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Yes, you need to remove the tire. You access it for underneath the car.

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