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Can I replace the big end bearings on a nm pajero 3.5ltr petrol without removing the engine?

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Hi stephen yes you can do this you all you need to is remove the sump, if it is to fight to get the sump off you can use an engine crane and undo the centre nuts on the engine mountings and lift the engine an inch but you should not need to

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