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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be 2 motor mounts at the front of the engine. Yes take them off this allows you to roll the motor forward and work on the back side.Leave the manifolds on the heads disconnect the crossover pipe between them and unhook the one exhaust pipe on the back side leading under the car. also if you go to Autozone.com and register no cost look up repair manual for your car it gives you a step by step for a head job torque specs and all
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Sorry friend, the noise is from a worn out bearing and there is nothing that we can do other then replace the blower motor. This would be a good time to replace it since when the weather turns cold the nois will get worst and then total blower failure. Easier to replace in the summer then witner in the cold. Good luck friend.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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