^^ no need to remove the intake, but you'll need to revome the alt. bracket(I would relieve tension on the belt), hoses, unplug any sensors, wiring that may be in the way, etc. I've removed my fair share, and believe it or not I've found that a 16" piece of 2X4 and a huge prybar is really what works best for getting them out. Getting them out without bending the mounting tabs is the tricky part. It's not going to just pull right out, you're going to have to work it out of there. My advice is to take your time and gently work it out of there. Using the wood you can get on it without marring the valvecovers.
Okay, so two years ago I got the P1443 and replaced all the evap hoses with fuel line and both electrical parts. I should say, all but one hose, the one closest to the fuel tank. I was pretty sure I could get that one off, but not sure at all I could get a new hose on there because it looked...
Hey guys, it has been quite a while but it's good to be back!
I am in need of some guidance regarding a recent engine swap in my 97 bird.
The back story:
It has been quite a while since I have posted, mostly due to the fact that my motor exploded roughly 6 years ago. Since then the car has...
I'm giving changing my motor mounts another try, and instead of going through the torture that removing the mount+bracket out of a 2x2 inch space was, I was wondering about the service manual's procedure for changing them.
The one thing I wasn't sure about was that it instructs you...
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