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Old 12-05-2011, 08:24 AM   #11  
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ok i managed to get it off. this is a slow going project bc ive only had time to work on the car for a few hours every week or two. so updates wont be too often.
so now i need to cap off the heater core lines going into the firewall. i think i will want to remove them completely and weld up the two openings in the firewall.
then i need to redirect the hoses from the water pump into the lower intake manifold and back out. but i need to also fit the sensor too.
i also repainted my upper intake and throttle body, but now the lower intake looks stupid so i guess next step will be removing the fuel rail and injectors and repainting the lower intake.
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