Need help removing intake manifold on 05 ls V8

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Asked by May 30, 2015 at 08:22 PM about the 2005 Lincoln LS V8 Ultimate

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I broke an intake manifold bolt. I have removed everything I can see to get the manifold
out but something in the back is still connected. I removed the two bolts that hold the
wiring harness back there but I'm missing something.

4 Answers

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Hello, Besides the mirage of vacuum hose and electrical connectors, and hold downs, don't forget the EGR connector...its the real pain. Hope this Helps, AskTrannyMan

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Can you enlighten me a little about this EGR connector.

3,395

Hello,... I knew I would get in trouble... If I remember that long ago,...I think it was a metal line that attached to a plate w/2 bolts that held it flush to the back/bottom corner of the intake... Hope this Helps, AskTrannyMan

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One 10mm nut on back of intake that let wiring harness loose. Now to remove the broken stud.

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