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Old 23-Jul-2006, 08:57 AM
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swap question?

can you remove the engine without removing the tranny? thanks
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Old 23-Jul-2006, 09:19 AM
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on a stock 91 civic dx? yes, but it will have to come out the top probably. i pulled the original engine out of my crx and an old civic i had using this method. all in one piece. you may want to consider removing the rad first as well so as not to damage it. that is very easy to remove before hand.
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if you are asking if you can remove the engine and leave the tranny in the engine bay, the answer is NO. But if you mean can you remove the engine with the tranny still attached, like weiRtech said, yes you can.
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Old 23-Jul-2006, 01:20 PM
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Originally posted by zeeman
if you are asking if you can remove the engine and leave the tranny in the engine bay, the answer is NO. But if you mean can you remove the engine with the tranny still attached, like weiRtech said, yes you can.
actually you can but its not the easiest thing to do nor does it save time.
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