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Old 05-14-2019, 11:20 AM   #11
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Here is a picture for a V6 or V8 engine, yours is similar but only one tube. #7 is the flapper.

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Old 05-14-2019, 12:09 PM   #12
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Let us know if you plan on tackling this project, we can give you some tips to hopefully make it easier for you. Not a particularly difficult task, but there is some tugging and prying involved.
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thanks guys.. I am going to give it a try.
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I used an automotive trim tool kit and soapy water to remove and reinstall my exhaust.
I recommend taking the stainless bands completely off, they will get in the way if you try to just loosen them.
Use a long, flat trim tool to break the bond between the rubber exhaust tube and the metal riser and exhaust elbow. Use the trim tool to work the soapy water between the rubber and metal exhaust components. Keep the soapy water handy, you'll need it when you put it back together.
Are you going to remove the manifold and riser also? Don't forget to get gaskets if you do.
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thanks for the advise.
I ordered the parts today.

I usually use a radiator pick tool for hoses but ill get a set of the trim tools as well.

do I need to remove the manifold and riser? I wasn't planning to
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You don't need to remove the manifold and riser to replace the exhaust shutter.
The metal components of the exhaust (exhaust pipe, elbow, and riser) are much closer together than they appear in the parts manual. Mine had 1/4 inch or less gap between them.
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ok thanks a lot.
guess ill have to see when I get in there
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