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Old 10-09-2012, 07:10 AM
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02 F350 7.3L M/T Engine R&R

Hi People,

The service manual describes as part of the engine removal job, to remove the transmission if it is a manual. I have a manual trns. I was wondering if lifting the cab would give the required clearance for the oil pan to get by the cross member? this way looks a lot easier than fighting the drive train.


Any one have any input?

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William
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Possibly. But I think it would be easier to drop the trans. It's really not that hard to do if you have a tranny jack.


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Old 10-15-2012, 12:56 PM
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RE: 02 F350 7.3L M/T Engine R&R

I ended up jacking the cab up about 6". This allowed 2 things: 1) left turbo and all piping in place. 2) Allowed the engine to clear the pilot shaft. I did have to remove the intake, but that was not an issue. I really didnot want to pull the turbo, was a fresh FORD reman. Here's a pic of the lifting setup.



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