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1996 nissan engine removal, do you drop it out the bottom, or pull it out the top, and can you do it without removing the manual transmission and half shafts.

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Tech the way its ment to be done is to drop it out the bottom...if you have a lift..this way its possible to do it without the removal of the trnny or the cv axles...but if no lift avalible it has to come out the top with the half shafts removed

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