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Old 04-21-2014, 09:37 AM   #61
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didn't take pics but i unbolted the 2 bolts on the slot you are talking about and not the actual bolts on the motor... had a hell of a time getting them back in that slot. i jacked up the motor till the trans dipstick was frimly pressing on the fire wall and had enough room. a couple people mentioned not jacking up the one side of the motor... i have no idea how you'd do it that way
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Old 04-21-2014, 09:48 AM   #62
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I did it by feel and yes you have to go thru the bottom. Remember to remove the swaybar. This will help a ton. Unclip both O2 before unbolting the manifold.
Personally I would leave the engine alone.
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