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remove engine mounts/ raising engine help

Discussion in 'GM Powertrain' started by Lifted_Bowtie, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Lifted_Bowtie

    Lifted_Bowtie Member

    Hey guys, I need a little help with removing my engine mounts and raising my engine the easiest way possible... I'm trying to remove my oil pan to replace the gasket and oil pump... I'm aware that the easiest way is to remove the engine mount bolts and to raise the front of the engine, but my problem is, I don't have an engine jack, nor do I have a very good jack to jack the engine up from the bottom... I need to be able to get the oil pan and oil pump out as soon as possible... please help guys, any good sugestions will be noted and much appreciated... thanks again!
  2. inspectormatt

    inspectormatt Member

    I don't know about pushing it from under, but I certianly had to take the motor mount bolts out and lift the motor up to remove the oil pan from my 93 4WD Suburban. Maybe you can rent a engine lift? Or buy one, if you work on motors, you'll need it agian in the future anyways.

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