Not sure whether you are joking or looking for information. If possible you should get a punch-list that gives the order of disconnecting and removing stuff for your particular car. Doing things in the right order may save you a lot of time.
Before you decide to remove the engine, make sure you really want to do it because it is hard work. If you have not pulled an engine before it is a good idea to get a friend who has done it before to help you.
But, in general, to remove an engine from just about any car, the generic requirement is to separate the engine and transmission from the rest of the car and then lift the engine and transmission out. You can sometimes lift out the engine by itself, but in a lot of cases that is a royal pain. If you don't want to do both at once, it is sometimes a good idea to take the transmission out first and then remove the engine because the transmission gets in the way of the work.
Separating things usually means (1) separate the AC from the engine and put it aside. Unbolt the compressor from the engine, leaving the lines connected and tie the compressor somewhere where it won't interfere with the engine as it comes out.
(2) Separate the power steering system into two parts. For example, remove the power steering pump and tie it out of the way with the hoses still connected or drain the power steering fluid and then take the hoses off at the pump and tie them out of the way.
(3) unbolt the drive shaft from the transmission and back it out of the way.
(4) remove the exhaust and muffler system clear from the manifold to the tail pipe
(5) take the radiator and fan out to make some room in front of the engine so the engine can come out.
(6) Disconnect whatever throttle linkage there is.
(7) Disconnect any vacuum lines that don't have both ends on the engine itself.
(8) Disconnect any electrical wires that go to the engine that don't actually come from the engine.
(9) Support the transmission and unbolt its support so you can lower the transmission and rear of engine.
(10) disconnect the wires from the starter.
(11) unbolt anything holding the engine to the farm, such as engine shock absorbers.
(12) Disconnect anything connecting the transmission to the frame.
(13) Make a thorough check to make sure the engine and transmission are not tied to the rest of the car in any way, for example, a smog pump hose. Disconnect anything remaining.
(14) Hook an engine hoist to the engine, tilt the engine and transmission toward the back and start lifting them out very slowly looking for stuff you forgot to unhook and for things on the engine side that catch on other things on the frame side.
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