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The intake manifold needs to be replaced on my 1999 chevy blazer, how is this done and is it worth getting fixed?

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Better the intake than the exhaust manifold. It can be done, just remember loosen the bolts in the back first. They are hard to get to and take up about half your time on the project.

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