Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
Unplug the 02 sensor. Move the throttle and cruse cable out of the way. Remove the oil dip stick(twist,wiggle,pull strait up) and brake booster vac tube. Remove the heat sheild bolts.(These are easy to break off,so spray and go back and forth) Remove that little metal coolant line if it becomes a problem and gets in the way.(careful not to damage the O-ring where it enters the upper radiator hose adapter,but WOULD be wise to replace anyway if removed) Remove the 4 exhaust flang bolts. Then remove the 1 manifold brace bolt.(hard to see) then the 10 manifold bolts,working ALL bolts back and forth until they can be removed with ease. Penetrating oil should be applyed to all bolts. The oil tube dipstick O-ring comes with the new manifold gasket. Flange gasket is sold seperate.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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