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Old 03-26-2006, 12:43 PM   #1
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I'm taking the SC off my car today and need to know what size the bolts holding it on are...the car is not near my house so I need to bring all the proper tools.

Also, what side are the exhaust mani bolts?
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I'm taking the SC off my car today and need to know what size the bolts holding it on are...the car is not near my house so I need to bring all the proper tools.

Also, what side are the exhaust mani bolts?
10mm socket will remove the fuel rail and SC. You also need 13mm and 15mm for the various TB and heatshield bolts (TB bracket, etc), and a small nutdriver set for the two small screws on the TB bracket top.

The rear exhaust mani'* are 14 and 15 mm studs/nuts depending on whether there are captured accessories (engine hanger brackets, Alt bracket, etc).

You'll need the double-nut procedure to remove the stud that comes from the nosedrive through the alternator bracket.
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Thanks Will...got it off no problem. Never had to do that double nut thing though...I just took the alternator off.
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Doing the double nut technique would have cut the removal time in half.
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*shrug*

It'* off, thats what counts
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My pulley and exhaust manifolds are coming!!!!!
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