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Old 09-09-2013, 07:50 PM   #1
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How To Remove The Intake

How do i remove the intake on a 1996 3.8?

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Which intake? The upper plenum, lower plenum, or just the air box? Get a Haynes or chilton manual from an autoparts store, it will give you a step by step guide fir most everything. About $35.
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This! A very good investment.
Agree i got 1 myself thanks to that i was able to replace my rear wheel bearings highly recommended!!!!!
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I dont touch a single bolt without one. I have a haynes/chilton for every vehicle in my yard.
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