Found it to be faily easy. Get a cheap 17mm wrench with boxed end and bend it about 40 degrees in order to get the top bolt loose on the mount. Then use a jack with a short 2x4 between the jack and oil pan and it will not damage your oil pan. Once you get the top bolt loose, it is a piece of cake to get out upon jacking the motor up high enough to remove it. Also make sure you check and make sure the brake vacuum hose did not come off when you're finished. Lots of time when you jack up the engine on the drisers side the hose will slide off. Also, double check your power steering hose to make sure it did not slip off as well, if it did you will see the transmission fluid draining out of the resevoir. If you can find my original post, it will give you all the details. Use the search by member post. The bending of the cheap wrench is the fastest and easies way to get. Buy a Big Lots, Walmart or Harbor Freight wrench. the bend without breaking.