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kenneylapointe
PostPosted: Sat Sep 25, 2010 10:26 pm    Post subject: problem replacing ex-manifold Reply with quote

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Location: Rapid City, South Dakota

I downloaded the the text on how to replace an exaust manifold. Started a little while ago. Went good untill the step where the injectors and fuel line are removed as one unit. Text states that pulling "moderatly" on the fuel line will accomplish this. It is not happening. Pulled moderatly at first, then progressivly harder,and still nothing. Am afraid of either bending the fuel line or dammaging the injectors. Has anyone had a similar problem? What if I seperate the injectors from the fuel line and leave the injectors in the manifold? Or, disconnect the rubber fuel line, and leave the steel fuel line and injectors on the manifold? I know it's late on a saturday night, but can anyone give me a clue? THANKS
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