Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
The hardest thing you will enconter is the ac braket will not let you get at 1 intake bolt remove the 4 ac compressor bolts set the compressor off to the side by the battery do not disconect the ac lines now you will see 3 bolts that go into the front of the braket thak them out now it is a little lose but not complete 3 more nuts one is the front exhaust man nut then 1 more under that now 1 more but you may not have to take this one out it is very low in the front under the 3 that you took out first
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
There really isnt. you have to disconnect everything bolted to it and lift it off. I would leave everything bolted to it and just disconnect hoses and wires. Everything you unbolt from it you will have o reseal the bolts when you put them back in which means cleaning or replacing each one.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Fig. 1: Intake manifold installation-4.3L engines (click over image for zoom)
Fig. 2: Intake manifold bolt tightening sequence-1996-98 4.3L engines
Install the bolts and tighten in sequence and in 3 steps as follows:
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