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Old 12-21-2001, 13:50   #1 (permalink)
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banjo bolt on intake manifold?

10 bolts were taken off, 8 bolts, 2 nuts, however the intake manifold is still being held down, is there a banjo bolt anywhere? Please respond asap as a project is being done, thanks

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Old 12-21-2001, 14:27   #2 (permalink)
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did you take off the hidden bolt?

there is a bolt on the back of the manifold that you have to take off. it is a 12 and it goes straight back into the manifold. if you look at the manifold it is on the middle right side. Feel around and you will find it. also there are two bolts that are holding down a bracket that you must take out also. they are on the driver side of the manifold. they hold a bracket that holds two steel lines. they also go back into the manifold. look close and you will see them.
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hey if ure taking the intake of theirs a hiddin bolt on that back side of the motor by the tb it hold the rgr tune on and bolts it down take this off and u should be good
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ahh u beat me by like a couple secs u wernt their when i posted
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thanks guys! i found that sunuvab*tch.
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Old 12-25-2001, 17:33   #6 (permalink)
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just to let you know, the banjo bolt is the bolt that connects the fuel line to the fuel rail.

make sure that is the first bolt you put back in otherwise if you bolt the IM down the fuel line won't reach up far enough to put the banjo bolt into the fuel rail. seen that problem several times.
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