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How to remove the intake manifold to replace rear spark plugs for a 2001 galant mitsubishi v6

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You shouldnt have to remove the manifold. you can access those plugs by removing the front tire and go in that way.

Posted on May 04, 2010

  • birddefuego Apr 19, 2011

    nope...the plugs are directly under the manifold.

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