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Old 05-21-2012, 05:08 PM
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Pull engine or trans???

So I have to unfortunately replace the freeze plug thets between the engine/trans on my 4.0L 5 sp which really SUX.Anyway I also have to repl my exhaust manifold.Now keep in mind Ill be doing this in my garage/no lift.Im thinking I will pull the engine & do it that way so I dont have to fight doing it on my back.Ill prob do the head gasket also (i40K on the odo). Do you all think Im going about this ok,not pulling the trans?
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Pull the motor lots of room to work and you don't have too fight with the rusty bolts on the tranny support. You can rent a lift at a rental shop cheap and I would be putting a new clutch in it too unless it has a new one in it.
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