Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Well the "trick" here is NOT to break the bolts... 1st spray all bolts very good with pb blast let sit over night spray again find a socket the fits tightly try turning easy with 1/2
drive long handle hopefully they all come out for ya.
tip... keep spraying bolts as you turn them to keep cool
last resort use an air impact hammer... and if you break any use a welding torch to heat them up....
after you get them all out use the right size tap to clean out threads... you don't need to remove manifolds to replace gaskets only need room to peal off old gasket and to replace new ones.
Posted on May 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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