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In replacing an old worn-out engine with a new one, is the old engine removed from overhead or from underneath the vehicle. Doesn't seem like there's enough room for the engine to come out from over head.

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Are you DIY? You need a repair manual and you will need it next time. Your autoparts store may have one. or try filepeep.com if they have it, or try manualslib.com

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They disconnect a lot of items connected to the engine. Then they remove it from the top.
Some people purchase a complete engine and others buy only the engine block.
The block holds the pistons, headers and some other parts.

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Fig. Accessory drive belt routing - 2.4L engines

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