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Fuel injector port

How does it come off to get to the theromostat?

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If you just take off the air filter box you can get down the with a wrench its tight but can be done other wise you have to remove about the 12 bolt and a mess of other things to get to the injectoers to remove

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Not being familiar with your car, I would have to have a service manual to help you and I would highly recommend buying either a Haynes or Chilton manual for your car; they cost from $17-$30 US and will pay you back many times over.
I did find one possible solution for you:
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