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Old 08-12-2003, 20:34   #1 (permalink)
giddie
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Focus Engine Removal

Has anyone removed an engine from a Ford Focus ZX3? I've been reading in a Haynes manual that the transmission has to either be dropped before the engine can be lifted out or both the engine & transmission must be lowered out of the car. What is keeping a person from unbolting the transmission from the engine and lifting the engine straight up?

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jason o'brien
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