Question about 1997 Toyota Land Cruiser
Unplug vacuum hose and any electrical connectors, then use wrench to remove the tube that goes to exhaust and if this one has 2 bolts, remove them. Reverse to replace. Some times, the nut to exhaust is rusted on and a torch is needed to help break it loose.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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