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Old 03-31-2006, 02:03   #1 (permalink)
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Question 1996 t-bird 4.6 engine removal

my chiltons book says that i need to remove the engine & trans from the bottom of the car. i only have a cherry picker. can it be done? any tips
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Re: 1996 t-bird 4.6 engine removal

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my chiltons book says that i need to remove the engine & trans from the bottom of the car. i only have a cherry picker. can it be done? any tips
I amnot familiar with the car but v8 from anything normally means bonnet radiator and some front metal and mounts , some obserbation might be in order around electrical and fuel lines... manual would be good up to a point
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Re: 1996 t-bird 4.6 engine removal

jack the car up and sit jack stands underneith it thats all i can think of at the moment.
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