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  1. Doesn't make sense what you are trying to do. Are you trying to remove the engine from the car, but leaving the gearbox in place. If so, then to separate the two, needs all bolts between the two removed. Once that is done, you may need to use a screwdriver or crow bar to lever the two apart. The engine would have to either be held supported on stands or via the crane. Then the gearbox pulled away from the engine. I always think the best way of doing it is to remove the gearbox first, then remove the engine. It is worth noting you should remove the engine mount of the offside off from the engine if you plan to lift the engine from the bay rather than underneath the car.
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  2. The click was probably the solenoid on the starter motor. Chances are that the battery didn't have enough charge to turn the engine over. This is what happens when I have a flat battery and nothing to worry about. Sound like you need to remove the engine mount. If you're mate has a car lift you can lower the whole lot onto a pallet and raise the car out of the way so you can move it.
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