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How do u get the exsust manafold of to change glow plugs on a peugeot expert van

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3 alen key nuts in between slotsat front of manafold and 2 at back be care full of fuel line coming from fuel filter when removeing it as it is very easily damaged and dear to replace.it also helps if you have tiny hands ha ha

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