How to Remove a Car Engine

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Remove a car engine after removing the motor connections by pulling it out from the carburetor plate; learn how in this free auto-repair video.

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Hi I'm Doug. I work with twenty great guys in St. Louis at Doug Jenkins Custom Hot Rods, and we're going to do some work for you today on Expert Village. We've removed the carburetor, the radiator, and all of the connections to the motor. The motor mounts, the exhaust, everything has been removed. Most of it without much ceremony. We're not saving any of that so you can cut a lot of it, you can burn a lot of it. Now Mark and Dave are pulling the motor out. Now you can pull the motor out. We've used a carburetor plate to give the chain a good place to grab on. It allows you to choose a place that leans the motor at the right angle. It's possible to do this with one person, but it's safer to have two. You've got one watching to see if there's anything hanging up. Always be careful when you're pulling a motor never to get under it. We've owned the crane for years. We've owned lots of others, they've never failed. You just don't want to take a chance at getting hurt.


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