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Unread 01-26-2009, 11:20 PM   #1
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Where are the lift points on a 3.7L??

Bought a 02 Liberty a few weeks back that had a knocking engine. I just got a used block from LKQ and am ready to start the swap but not exactly sure where the lift points are. Anyone pull a 3.7L if so where did you hook up the hoist chain w/o damaging anything. I've pulled plenty of engines in the past and there was always a lift bracket or a darn good place to run a bolt in but on this block I don't see anything I would trust.

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