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Lifting points on a ford 4.6 sohc ???

I need to pull the engine out of a 2001 Mustang GT. I can't drop it out the bottom.
I am wondering the correct attachment points for lifting the engine.
I don't see any obvious attachment points without making brackets to bolt onto the engine.

Anyone have experiance with this application?

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Find some good sturdy bolt holes on the block and push a bolt w/ washer through a link on the chain and thread it into the bolt hole. Make sure it's balanced in such a way that you can pull it out. I would probably remove all the plastic/easily damaged components first and triple check that you've removed EVERYTHING that connects the motor to the chassis (including fuel/electrical) before pulling it out.

If you do a google search you'll find that the removal of the SOHC 4.6L is a pretty common occurrence on mustang forums, it might provide some additional help.
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