Question about 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara
Yes and no, you can take the nuts loose, dont drop them! they will fall into the intake later. take the bolts loose, and you can lift the intake up, its got metal reusable gaskets. but just lift it up and with a swivel 10mm you can take the nuts off. seal under the valve cover nuts is easy to drop too, if you do you will have to pull the intake to make sure it wont run through the motor, it has a metal washer in it. but you can sneak them out without too much hassle
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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