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Old 11-24-2003, 10:21 AM   #1
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Darn intake bolts are impossible to find!

Well, now I can't seem to find those stupid intake bolts!

Got the 1/2" phenolic and made a spacer but now I can't find the bolts for it, so I'll be putting her back together sans spacer and keep my eyes out for some bolts for it. At least now I know the size I need:

94-98 (8mm x 1.25 pitch)
4 of them at 140 mm
2 of them at 115 mm

(stock is 130 and 105 so add 10 mm)

If anyone knows where to find these I'd be most appreciative.
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Look for studs not bolts. I would go to a machine shop supplier or a tooling company
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Could someone stick this? I keep forgeting, and im going to need it this week!
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There are 6 studs on the upper intake.

Remove the 2 on each ends of the upper intake, then remove the four in the center.

Then you have to remove the 2 bolts to the EGR sensor those can be kinda a pill becuase of how they are angled.

Then remove vacuum hoses, and wires.

Then you should remove the intake and TB together.
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That works too.
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Try here to find the bolts...

http://www.boltdepot.com/product.aspx?cc=20&cs=77&cm=19&cd=1243

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Try here to find the bolts...

http://www.boltdepot.com/product.aspx?cc=20&cs=77&cm=19&cd=1243

ugg those are 6mm by 1.0 pitch? Will they work?

Also a few tech Qs,

1. with a ft/pound torque wrench, what should I torque the intake bolt too?

2. where is this "hidden vaccum tube"? Is it visible without taking anything off?

Thats all for now...
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You shouldnt' even attempt to take that engine apart without a Haynes, Chilton or some kind of manual to give you some specs to go by.
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You shouldnt' even attempt to take that engine apart without a Haynes, Chilton or some kind of manual to give you some specs to go by.
Thats true, im going to pick one of those up today or tomorrow...
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So these bolts the Rellik suggested will work?? I found the 8mm by 1.25 pitch, but are these bolts the correct strength and all??

Thanks!
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