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Posted by Anonymous on
Since you are a DIYer, I recommend a repair manual, you will want it soon, or next time. Your auto parts store should have one. or try filepeep.com if they have it, or try manualslib.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need all kind of tool's to do this job, tech rating for this job (A), here are some graph for you to look at and get an idea of the job your about to take on,good luck and hope this was helpful.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
first you have to diconnect throttle cable and trans kick down from throttle body. than disconnect wires and vacuum hoses and remove upper intake manifold plenum. that should give you access to valve covers . Remove bolts from covers and change gaskets. also replace the gasket on the upper intake plenum. install items in reverse order of removal. keep track of vacuum lines where the go when you remove . mark with tape their location.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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