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Removing throttle bodies 929rr

How you you detatch the throttle bodies from the top of the engine? I have everything stripped off down to them but it turns into a maze down there...
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Re: Removing throttle bodies 929rr

There's a clamp around each intake manifold.
Very difficult to get to the screws.
I replaced the screws with socket head bolts so I could use ball-end allen keys but I'm not sure it makes it any easier :-)

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Re: Removing throttle bodies 929rr

Ive gotten all the bottom screws loose with various tools, so the only thing holding it in (hoses are disconnected) is the seal on the rubber connectors right? Its not coming easily, and i dont very much want to break something else.
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Re: Removing throttle bodies 929rr

Got it... took a little finesse work with a crowbar, but they came out, thanks for the help.
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Any other tips on the removal you did? I'm doing the same right this second, stuck on removing the rubber connectors. Any lubricant used? Special work area? Thanks.
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Re: Removing throttle bodies 929rr

i'd use a bit of wd40 when putting them back on!
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