Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2003 20:05:10 GMT
From: "clayton" <>
Subject: Re: saab 9000 turbo engine removal help

a: it was not a pointless post b: the binary smily was a accident i cut and pasted my orginal message from a message board had it had a smiley in it i did not think it would capture the smiley image file so i apoligize for the accidental binary ok how do i remove the inboard cv joints so the engine and tranny come up as one unit i for one after parting this out am sorta glad i do not have to do regular maintenance on this thing lol i have done other engine/cars "Grunff" <> wrote in message > clayton wrote: > > since i have no manual and i am parting out a 88 9000 turbo > > whats the easiest way to remove the engine? > > besides using c4 explosives > > Don't post binaries to text only groups. Don't post pointless > binaries to any group. > > When you say easiest way, what exactly do you mean? Removing the > engine is pretty much the same in all cars - you disconnect all > the coolant hoses, the fuel hoses, the wiring loom, the > driveshafts, the engine mounts, and you lift it out. > > -- > Grunff >

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