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  • Removing engine 5Gen 3.6L

    Need some information removing 3.6L from car motor locked up after 5 months with all oil changes. 2010 Camaro LT V6

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    A post explaining how to get the motor out of a 5G would take more time than I have right now but the good news is, GM now offers three day subscriptions to GMSi the same web-based service information its dealers use. The 3-day sub is available at https://www.acdelcotds.com/acdelco/action/subscribehome

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