Originally posted by Wes Rempel:
Remove the bolts holding in the headers and intake. Remove gasket. Clean surface well. Install new gasket. Install new header and intake. Make sure none of the wires are touching the headers (crank case position sensor is prone to).
I think it is like 12 bolts, but with different torque specs for some.
How long? Ummm... I was replacing my block at the time (and in a YJ mind you) and the whole process took 3 weekends...
You do have to remove the intake when doing the header on an Inline 6. You cant get to one without taking off the other. There is no coolant passages on that side of the engine that are open. You might be thinking of the 2.8L V6 which would require you to.Originally posted by crazyguy:
FSM probally assumes your removing the intake at the same time. then again the FSM wants the coolent drained to do almost anything