3-22. ENGINE REMOVAL (6.2 L AND 6.5 L [DETUNED]) (Cont'd)
When using front eyelet on lifting sling engine oil pan must be
supported during engine removal to prevent rear eyelet of lifting
sling from damaging windshield
Hoist must be attached to:
Forward eyelet of lifting sling when lifting engine on M996,
M996A1, M997, and M997A1.
Intermediate eyelet when lifting engine on all other models.
Rear eyelet when lifting engine and transmission together.
Raise engine (5) only enough to take pressure off mounting brackets.
Remove two locknuts (3), washers (4) and right engine mount insulator (1) from engine mount
bracket (2). Discard locknuts (3). Repeat for left engine mount.
Transmission must be supported during engine removal. Failure
to do this may cause injury to personnel or damage to equipment.
If vehicle is moved because of limited shop space or tactical
movement, damage to the transmission and the vehicle may
occur. To prevent damage, the engine/transmission support sling
can be installed.
Support transmission (7) and remove four capscrews (8) and two studs (6) from transmission (7)
and engine (5).
Direct all personnel not participating in engine removal to stand
clear during hoisting operation. Failure to do this may cause
Do not use hands to free engine of hang-ups or snags. Use
prybars to avoid injury.
Always remove the engine slowly and watch for the following:
engine binding or hard to move means that something may still
be connected to engine that must be removed; ensure that wiring,
lines, cables, and rods are not in the path of removal.
Hoist engine (5) slowly out of vehicle.