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Remove and reinstall intake manifold on Saturn 19 engine?

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2006-03-26 22:11:55
2006-03-26 22:11:55

First remove serpentine belt, loosen power steering mount bolts and remove, leave lines hooked up. Remove hose clamp holding intake hose to intake manifold from air filter. Remove fuel line and any vaccum hoses that wont remain with the manifold when it is taken off. Remove the fuel rail gently from the injectors. Remove all the nuts from the intake manifold, there is one nut down low on the passenger side of the manifold that is hard to get at and even see, I had to use a mirror so I could see to get my tools in place. Good luck

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