The easy way is to unbolt the motor mount from the frame member on the
passenger side and undo the top of the driver's side mount. That is,
where the mount studs attach at the front plate flange. This method
makes reinstalling it easier because you don't have to shimmy the
mount around the steering column and it is very easy to get the other
side mounting holes to line up.
The starter will come out through the bottom if you pull it out first
then wiggle it around to drop out while tipping it up. Put the bendix
end down through the opening.
1967 Sprite - following in the 73's footsteps to the boneyard...
On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 5:57 PM, BJNoSHOV8 <email@example.com> wrote:
> Preparing for pulling the engine-
> 1. At what point do you disconnect the front motor mounts? It appears
> there is a bracket bolted to the frame, a rubber isolator with 1 stud
> sticking out the bottom and 2 studs sticking out the top. It would be
> easiest to pull the nuts off of the 2 studs on top, but it doesn't seem
> the engine can come off of the studs because of the way they are angled. I
> can unbolt the brackets from the frame but most cars are not designed this
> 2. Can you remove the starter with the engine in the car and the
> distributor and oil filter adapter still in place? It doesn't seem that
> there is enough room for the starter to come out.
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