Engine Removal – Part 5 Stamped numbers on the bottom of the connecting rods so they can all stay together. After removing the oil pump. Pump is run by the camshaft via gears. (Block is upside down) Looking up into the block. You can see the oiling holes in the driveshaft after the main shaft clamps have been removed. (Block is upside down) #4 looked a little scorched but not terrible. (Block is upside down) The exhaust mounting brackets need to come off. (Block is upside down) Oil pressure sensor needs to come off. (Block is upside down) The timing cover off. I had to find a 32mm (1.25″) socket for the camshaft gear. All of the clamps off and a couple of soft whacks from a hammer and wood block and the crankshaft is loose. I pulled all of the main bearing and rod bearings and bagged them up. I gave the rods some soft whacks with the rubber mallet to see if they were budging. The cylinder looks pretty good on #4 (Block is upside down) Piston #4 is out. They are so small they look like jewelry.