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Old 10-04-2006, 05:53 PM   #11
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With 3.4 u might want to scan KR, might be ok but better check.
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4 hours for the rear plugs

i wish you all the luck in the world for the pulley... where'd ya get the puller?
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Pulley done in less than an hour. I am going to clean up eat dinner than go for a test drive.

I think I was getting to frusturated with those rear plugs and just needed to set back and relax then when I went back at them I had a little more energy and got them done. The boots were pretty well stuck to the plugs.

I need to find someone with a scanner!
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Get rid of the sight/sound shield forever (just a heat retainer). After you can remove the rear bracket with 2 10mm bolts and get rid of it as it only holds the SS cover and the MAP sensor (you can hang the MAP sensor elsewhere). With those things gone you can do the rear plugs in about 10-20 min by feel.
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