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Old 01-21-2001, 07:29 PM
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The hard part was easy and now the easy part is hard.Could someone please pass the crow.There are seven bolts on each side that connects the intake manifold to the head.The two front inside long ones (cd rom,engine manual,combustion manual,main function group 49,sub-function group misc. info,testing and repair-combustion 1,page 8,bolts 8 and 11)must have grown longer while I was sleeping and are now too long. Step 16 says "pay attention to different lengths of bolts and spacers". I'm a firm believer in taking a chance; why do things the easy way when you can do it the hard way;label parts during dissasembly?-are you kidding me?-and take all the FUN out of it?? What spacers are we talking about?

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Old 01-22-2001, 09:10 PM
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You don't suppose the spark plug wire bracket goes UNDERNEATH the two bolts do you? DUH! OK everthing is under control,I feel better now,put the bottle back.When in doubt just stare at the parts long enough until they jump back into place.
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