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The motors on the Saturns are easiest to remove from under the car. You'll need to disconnect electrical, brakes, fuel and misc connections.
Undo the power unit (motor and trans) mounting bolts, and basically lift the car up off the motor.

The Saturn dealers have all of the special equipment for this. It is rather difficult as a "do it yourself job", but can be done.

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