Question about Chevrolet Monte Carlo
I have always drained the antifreze completly down first, then, remove the exhaust manifolds from the sides of the motor, then disconnect the throttle linkage, and the fuel ilne, then remove the spark plug wires, and number them for proper installation, then remove the intake manifold, and remove valve covers, then remove the bolts that hold the heads on, and remove heads from block, you might have to tap the heads with a rubber mallet to free them up, installation is reverse, but you will have to tightened all of the bolts back down in sequence and according to the specifications of the 350 engine that you are working on, hope that this information has helped you.
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