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How to remove escape engine from bottom - 2006 Ford Escape

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Disconnect wiring and hoses. Support the drive train. Remove attaching hardware and lift body off the power train.

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Mike, the engine, transmission and front sub-frame must be removed as a unit by dropping them out the bottom. So unless you have access to a vehicle lift, like those found in a professional garage AND a special [$$$] support cradle to hold the assembly while you raise the vehicle [it's on a lift remember] off this assembly, you can not do this job yourself. This job takes a trained pro with all the right tools about 16 hours. To try to do it in your driveway or garage will take over 40 hours [if you could even do it there]. Better you spend that 40 hours working, so that you can pay a pro to do this job for you.
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Change the thermostat if you did not change it already. When the engine gets hot it usually ruins the thermostat. Check the fan and make sure it is turning this is also controlled by a thermostatic sensor that can also go bad when the engine gets hot. Try pressure washing the radiator through the grill and from inside the engine compartment. It may be plugged with bugs. The electric fan is controlled by a temp sensor for startup and shut off. You could have a gasket leak into the combustion chamber without getting coolant in the oil, or oil in the coolant. Remove the radiator cap and look for bubbles coming from the bottom of the radiator when engine is running. When you put coolant in listen to how it sounds. It should gurgle when filling. This is the trapped air escaping from the engine and bottom of radiator. Much like an upside down soda bottle when pouring a drink. Good luck get back to me if you still have problems. And let me know if this solves it..

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