The job is split into two stages, firstly removing and disconnecting the relevant components in order to remove the engine and then secondly actually removing it from the car.
I cover the major tasks for stage 1 briefly, MORE DETAIL CAN BE FOUND IN THE OTHER FAQíS on this sight so refer to those as and when you need.
Please remember to make what notes you need, take pictures and label connectors and pipes to ease refitting, you will be glad you did cos you wont remember!!
The overall plan is to remove the engine with all components and engine loom still in place complete with gearbox. This is relatively quick and straightforward. Read the whole guide before you start, if you are not 100% confident. Also consult the 306 haynes manual.
The first task is to get the front of car jacked up and on to axel stands. Take care when jacking and chock the wheels when the stands are in place. Remove the bonnet too for ease now too.