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Reomoving a manifold

I have a 2001 xl-7, and can not get the manifold out
it is unbolted but is stuck

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Get a real Suzuki factory shop manual set (5 volumes for XL-7). I'm betting there is a hidden fastener or catch in there somewhere and only a real shop manual will show you where. Chiltons, et al, are fine for general info but for nitty gritty details one has to go to the factory info just like the factory mechanic does. Me? Yes. I buy a genuine factory shop manual set for each vehicle I purchase. You should see the looks on mechanic's faces when they realize their bull won't fly when I'm holding a copy of the factory manual page in my hand and know exactly what they are flinging. :-) The hardest thing in the automotive world is to find a mechanic who knows what he is doing AND you can trust at the same time. Good luck. If you find one, buy whatever vehicle manufacturer he prefers. It will just make life easier on everyone. ;-)

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