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bazar01 bazar01 is offline
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Location: Leesburg, Georgia, USA
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Dropping the engine

I am about ready to drop the engine on the S2 to replace rod bearings, oil pan gasket and timing belts and seals.
So far I have done the following.
1. Dropped the exhaust and tranny
2. Disconnected the TT from bellhousing
3. Removed the starter
4. Removed the fans and radiator
5. Removed the AFM and connector
This weekend, I have to do the following
6. Remove the steering shaft
7. Remove the A/C compressor and move it out of the way
8. Disconnect the heater hoses
9. Remove the power steering pump and hoses
10. Disconnect the tie-rod ends and sway bar
11. Disconnect the ball joint from strut
12. Disconnect brake booster hose
13. Disconnect the vapor canister hoses
14. Disconnect the throttle cable and cruise cable
15. Disconnect the engine ground
16. Disconnect the fuel lines
17. Disconnect the ref sensor connector
18. remove the distributor cap and rotor

Then I can start lowering the engine.
What is the best way to remove the engine wiring harness without damaging it?
1993 964 C2 still makes me smile
1996 318ti (280k miles)
2011 Silverado for hauling (32k miles) - SOLD
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Last edited by bazar01; 06-03-2009 at 08:03 AM..
Old 06-01-2009, 12:17 PM
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