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I have Rod's 1.8 enthusiast's as well as the Haynes manual. Just wanting to see if anybody has any other tips for removing the intake manifold (in car)!
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Extensions... and make sure you don't lose the fuel rail isolators. They're a pain in the ass to find when you drop 'em, especially since they're non-magnetic.
 

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Extensions... and make sure you don't lose the fuel rail isolators. They're a pain in the ass to find when you drop 'em, especially since they're non-magnetic.
jumping jesus, quoted for truth. I dropped one when I was swapping injectors and spent 15min on the floor looking for it. I pulled one off my spare motor, just to find it later sitting on the crossmember...
 

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Extensions... and make sure you don't lose the fuel rail isolators. They're a pain in the ass to find when you drop 'em, especially since they're non-magnetic.
Thanks! Any other tips?
 

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Ooh. Good call.

I'd actually change that "just in case" to "definately swap them."
 
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