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2.7 crd engine drop

Any body got and tips for dropping a 2.7 crd engine enough to pull 4-5 injectors out
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Re: 2.7 crd engine drop

I have the 2.8 and took out my injectors this afternoon. don't have to drop the engine. I had to move the entire wiring harness to get the last injector out Used penetrating oil and a piece of wood and a crow bar to slowly apply upward pressure to pop out. Maybe next time I won t have to move the harness, but this was first run at it. I'm going to do a head removal
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I have the 2.8 and took out my injectors this afternoon. don't have to drop the engine. I had to move the entire wiring harness to get the last injector out Used penetrating oil and a piece of wood and a crow bar to slowly apply upward pressure to pop out. Maybe next time I won t have to move the harness, but this was first run at it. I'm going to do a head removal
ok spot on it had number 5 changed couple years ago and had the hole cut in the bit wheres the wipers bit so that should be easy number 4 is the only 1 that looks like it could it a bitch if it dont move there all pretty clean so shouldnt be a problem i hope

when u go to refit dont forget to tapp the threads out the gunk that gets in there is unreal even if it lookes clean
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