put the mounts on the engine before it goes into the engine
here's what "the book" says.... READ IT ALL BEFORE DOING
without the transmission/engine only
to remove the engine.....remove the filter bowl and the starter
motor from the right hand rear of the cylinder block. Take the
weight of the gearbox on a suitable jack and remove the set
screws securing the gearbox to the engine crankcase
remove the left-hand front engine mounting complete with its
bracket and the right-hand front engine mounting RUBBER
together with the front exhaust down pipe support bracket from
its fixing on the gearbox bell housing.
take the weight of the assembly with suitable lifting equipment
and remove the engine from the vehicle..
refit the engine by reversing the sequence of operations
detailed for removal.
support the engine assembly with suitable lifting equipment and
remove both the left- and right-hand mounting rubber securing
nuts and mounting rubber bracket-to-body securing set screws.
release the exhaust down pipe manifold clamp and remove the
front down pipe strap from the support bracket. lift the engine
approximately 3/4", ensuring that the fan assembly will not
foul the radiator fan cowling. Swing the engine to the LEFT as
far as possible and remove the right-hand rubber mounting
together with its body bracket. the left-hand rubber mounting
and bracket assembly can now be removed.
when refitting, the right-hand front rubber mounting and
bracket should be positioned FIRST. Both mounting rubbers and
brackets should be fitted BEFORE any set screws or nuts are
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