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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-02-2009, 01:44 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have a step by step for an engine removal on a 2006 660? I need to pull my engine and have it rebuilt (piston grenaded) but cannot figure out how to remove the drive train.

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not too hard really.

pull the three front diff bolts and let it drop down and forward, now you can take out the front drive shaft. pull motor mount bolts.

take off upper and lower rad hoses. at motor, ` take off the oil lines near the oil filter, mind the o-rings there.

take off carb and fuel line and lay to side.

undo exhaust and detach fan piece from fan to frame.

remove all elect connections

undo shift rod from motor

when lifting motor pull up and forward to remove rear drive shaft. note the spring in front end of it and plastic plug in rear of driveshaft.

obviously the tunnel and engine covers need to be off.

this is most of it

good luck


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