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How to remove a 3.0 engine from an escape, 2004

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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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