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If one was going to remove a engine from a 2004 MAZDA MPV, is it removed from the top or bottom?

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  • markbechler Nov 19, 2009

    thanks, I did order a manual for a ungodly amount of money and am waiting for it to come, just looking at engine I was not sure.

    Also, where can I locate the VIN number off a engine so I can run a carfax. I see a lot of numbers but not sure which one is right.

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Hello. You remove the engine out through the hood opening.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

  • Joe Hogan Nov 20, 2009

    The VIN is located in a number of places on a car, but most commonly on the dashboard (you can see it through the windshield) and the driver's side door jamb sticker. On some vehicles the VIN is also placed on the engine, hood, and other parts. The VIN may also appear on car titles, insurance policies, service records and police reports for the vehicle

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