You do have to remove 1 of them, either 1.
yes you do
take all the wiring and hoses loose from the top of the engine, and you might have to remove the valve covers. then just loosen the intake manifold bolts
You must label and disconnect all plug wires and other wires in the way of getting to the intake manifold, valve covers, and head/heads. Then you disconnect the air intake/plenum, and intake manifold. Then remove the valve covers. Then remove the manifolds and the head. Do not attempt this without a Chiltons or Haynes book/detailed instructions, unless you are a certified mechanic. You must label and disconnect all plug wires and other wires in the way of getting to the intake manifold, valve covers, and head/heads. Then you disconnect the air intake/plenum, and intake manifold. Then remove the valve covers. Then remove the manifolds and the head. Do not attempt this without a Chiltons or Haynes book/detailed instructions, unless you are a certified mechanic.
Disconnect the battery, remove the intake manifold, remove the spark plug boot covers and cables, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, attach the spark plug boot covers and cables, replace the intake manifold and connect the battery.
Remove the air intake so you can see the 2 valve covers. Look between the 2 valve covers and there should be a cover plate. Remove it and your plugs are under it.
remove intake manifold and rocker covers. loosen nuts on rockers and remove pushrods. lifters should lift right out of their bores.
YES. They have to be removed to get the gaskets out from behind them.
you must remove upper intake manifold to access these plugs
the starter motor is behind the intake manifold. after you take the main intake shield, there is another shield that covers the starter motor. remove the starter shield and you can find the motor. its a little hard that other cars i used to have but it can be worked on. just need a little more patience.
at the "front" of the motor behind the timing belt. you have to remove the timing belt covers and, remove the timing belt, and the water pump is one of the the center pulleys i have been told by many mechanics that you have to remove the intake manifold to change the pump because one of the supply pipes are underneath it and you cannot get to them without removing it.
What's under the intake is not a hose, it's a pipe which a hose attaches to behind the intake manifold near the firewall. If the hose is leaking, it's a relatively easy task to replace it. If the pipe is leaking, you will have to remove the intake manifold which is not an easy task (minimum 6 hours to remove and replace the manifold!)
To remove the intake manifold on the eclipse it is important to firstly remove the air intake, breather hose and the sensor at the top of the manifold. The battery should also be removed to remove the intake manifold on an eclipse.
Remove the air intake, throttle cables, and throttle body. Remove vacuum lines then unbolt and remove the upper intake. Remove the fuel rails. Unbolt the lower intake and remove the intake to replace the gasket. Reverse the process to finish the installation.
To replace the valve lifters on a Cavalier, remove the intake manifold, valve covers and rocker arms. Remove the heads of the lifters using needle-nose pliers.
Yes, along with the belts, intake, crank pulley, timing chain cover, timing chain, and chain guides.
Most of these are not removable. You remove the speaker from the trunk area, and the grill stays in place. You may be able to remove them from behind after removing the speakers if they are clipped or bolted in place.
Remove distributor, disconnect hoses and cables from carb and intake manifold. Remove intake manifold.remove valve covers,loosen rockers and remove pushrods Insure that pushrods go back onto the same lifter,and rocker.remove exhaust manifold,remove head. clean gasket surfaces. Install new gaskets, reassemble.
Underneath the intake manifold. If you remove the front right wheel, you'll see it up behind the fender. For owners with thinner arms, you could remove the oil filter from the engine bay, reaching under the intake manifold.
???? There are 4 plugs, you can't miss them. Look where the ign. wires come out on right and left side, they are behind the little chrome covers, just remove the covers.
driver side below the air filter out side intake if u raise the car u will see it may have to remove botton covers
The valve covers and rocker arms need to be removed as well as the intake manifold. Then remove the push rods to gain access to the lifters.
alot involved if your not on hands with cars i wouldn't recommend it have to remove cylinder head, intake and exhaust manifolds and remove timing chain and covers, time consuming
You need to remove the plenium intake manifod,I have a 1997,thats how i did it.
you have to remove the timing chain in order to remove the cam covers