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Old 04-16-2003, 12:10 PM
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Disconnect your lower engine mount bolts (13mm hex).
Use a screw jack if on hoist, or a floor jack and wood if on ground
to lift the motor up slightly. This should give you plenty of space
to get to the front bolts. Just loosen up your fan shroud so the fan does not break it when the motor comes up.
Good luck.
DR.D
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