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here you go > www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqO8wuz5XUc < Once you get the intake plenum removed, it's gravy. There are 2 bolts on the rear/passenger side of the intake that are a bit cramped to get to. The 2 nuts on the driver's side of the intake where the plenum is secured to the support bracket are best removed with a gearwrench/ratcheting wrench. After the nuts are removed that secure the lower part of the plenum, you will need an eTorx to remove the studs. Or, you can choose to remove the bolts at the bottom of the support brackets and make a moderate skin sacrifice to the car gods.
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