I have a matiz SE (not listed!!), I need to replace the engine and have a replacement available. My question is, do I need to remove it with the gearbox or is there enough clearance to get it out with the gearbox in place?
Yes it can be done.
I removed the battery and tray and gearbox mount only then was able to wriggle the motor out (after removing sarter,alternator,power steering and air con compressor). Also removing the plastic cover near the front pulley helped.
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