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How do you repair the manifold intake gasket on a 91 Honda Accord?

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2015-07-15 20:06:36
2015-07-15 20:06:36

there are 7 12mm nuts on the manifold and 2 bolts on the manifold brace-remove the brace from underneath and the oil filter and you should be able to get to the nuts on the bottom--the ones on top you should be able to see and get a wrench on from the top-take it lose and push it back to clean and reinstall

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