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On a 1997 chevy astro to pull out the engine does it come out under the van? theres no way to bring out thru the front with out haviing to cut,

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Comes up and out of the 'Dogbox' with a cherry picker. (Can you say No Fun?)

You go through the side sliding door with a cherry picker.

Take the engine cover loose, and remove it. Now attach your lifting cradle, (Or chain with bolts so that the chain doesn't slide in the lifting hook), to the top of the engine. Lift up and back. Keep working it up, and out, of that small compartment. Use three people, and BE CAREFUL! Always have an exit planned in case something goes wrong. Stand away from the engine, not crowded down in there as you remove it.

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