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 +From: j_w_whitten3
 +You need to plan on pulling the entire assembly, as the engine, tranny & transfer, starter, generator or alternator, and radiator all come out as one unit. The easiest way is as follows:
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 +-Pull 3 bolts from each side of the grille, disconnect all wires (they plug in) and remove grille.
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 +-Disconnect and remove air cleaner (the mounts can stay).
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 +-Disconnect + side of battery.
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 +-Remove tranny cover plate (between & in front of seats) and tranny shift lever and transfer lever, and loosen the park brake so it can be moved out of the way.
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 +-Disconnect front & rear drive shafts from transfer.
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 +-Disconnect all air, water, fuel, vacuum,and electrical lines from the engine, generator(or alternator) and tranny assy. (Don't forget the ground and starter cables and the choke and accelerator connections).
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 +-When everything is loose, connect a chain between the lift points at each end of the engine and remove the 2 engine mount bolts and the 2 transmission mount bolts. The whole thing comes out through the front of the MUTT.
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 +Removal and replacement should take about 2 to 4 hours if you don't run into any problems. By the way, if you have a heater, cut off the valves at the water pump and elevate the hoses as soon as you pull them loose and tie them up so you don't lose your coolant.
 
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