Engine Removal From The Bottom Overview (93-02 Camaro, Firebird)
In this video, we go over the basics of removing the engine out of this 1997 Chevy Camaro. It was our first timing removing an engine like this, and probably one of the easiest designs I've had to deal with. As a side note, the AC can be kept charged while doing this removal, but it's quite difficult and I would recommend uncharging it for both safety and ease. If you have any other questions on this vehicle, post in the comments and I'll make sure to get back to you! As always, thanks for watching! Please comment, rate, and subscribe. If you'd like a window sticker, please click the link below http://www.ebay.com/itm/251593397621?item=251593397621&viewitem=&vxp=mtr Thanks for watching! Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Budget Boosting, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Budget Boosting assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Budget Boosting recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Budget Boosting, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Budget Boosting.
F-Body LT1 Engine drop guide
This is my 7th time doing this total from the bottom, second time for this car. Reason I believe the bottom is better because of you being able to reinstall the engine with basically everything connected. "Special" tool list -Cherry picker -Torx socket -Fuel line disconnect tool -Furniture dollies -Hardcore ratchet strap -Maybe spare wheels or your front wheels -Possibly tall jack standsdrfdf Safely jack and support the car. This is just a guide so don't blame me for anything you do. 1. Battery 2. Radiator Intake/Elbow/Condenser line 3. Remove PCM and unplug harness from inside 4. Route the harness on top of the manifold. 5. Disconnect engine to frame grounds. 6. Remove AC line that leads to the compressor 7. Unbolt power steering reservoir and route it out of the way to drop 8. Disconnect LF and RF brake lines on the ABS block 9. Unbolt the steering shaft and disconnect 10. Remove fuel lines/vacuum fitting 11. Remove throttle cable/cruise 12. Unbolt the sway bar from the frame (leave connected to tie rod ends) 13. Disconnect speed sensors in the wheel well 14. Remove Driveshaft 15. Remove front part of torque arm 16. Remove Exhaust/y-pipe or whatever you have. 17. (A4) Remove shift cable (M6) Disconnect slave cylinder/shifter 18. Unbolt Transmission crossmember (support if necessary) 19. Place furniture dolly(s) underneath the engine/trans 20. Lower jack stands and remove 6 engine K member bolts 21. Unbolt top 4 strut tower bolts/nuts 22. Choose how you want to lift the car (around intake holes or radiator support) 23. Slowly lift the car and watch for parts still conncected and parts that get caught such as the brake lines, power steering and possibly something you forgot to do. 24. If necessary support the car once its lifted enough to slide the engine out. Get the engine lift out of the way and pull the engine out. Be careful and have fun. I know I'm breathing hard I'm fat lol.
1997 Camaro SS Engine Removal
Removed LT1 V8 engine from bottom of car. Thanks to Cerridius (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXRPW3LKF-Y) and cankles323 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vp1lkz3VtS8) for getting me started on this DIY project.