From what I can remember...
I didn't actually have to unhook much... I undid the sensors first (all 3), then I unscrewed the front two screws holding the front of the throttle plate on. After that, the throttle plate would rotate back enough that I didn't need to undo the bolt holding the back of the plate to the exhaust heatshield, which is all well and good cause I damn near stripped that nut trying to get it off...
After that I simply disconnected the throttle cables (just pull off the retainers, a screwdriver'll do the trick), then took off the three primary nuts holding the throttle body to the gasket/intake. I recommend a deep socket to do this, or else you're gonna have to get real creative with your hands to get in there. Then just go in reverse to reassemble.
Let me know if you need pics and I'll be glad to. Just gotta get my gf'* camera.
Originally Posted by WillWren
If I fart dust, you fart cosmic radiation from the big bang.
134K miles... Rice pipe intake w/K&N racing filter, 180 t-stat, Rear Sensatracs, Perf Endlinks, tinted tails, custom gauges. Pioneer DE-1700 CD Player with 4"x6" 2-ways and 6x9" 3-ways
But no matter what, I can't seem to stop breaking engine mounts...
92 Bonneville SE - Blue Devil