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Pulling engine out side door
#763912 July 24th 2020 8:39 pm
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Has anyone ever pulled an engine out the side door on a Mid Dodge. I know it can be done but tips, advice, etc


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Lee7673 #763914 July 24th 2020 10:44 pm
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I have seen that referenced in factory service manuals but I just never could get my head wrapped around how that's a better alternative to going out the front or even the bottom. I suppose if there is A LOT of extra equipment on the front maybe that's a better way but it still looks like a lot more work (you'd have to pull the trans first just so you could move the engine back to clear the bottom of the dash/firewall).


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