Ford Mustang Service Manual: Removal

Removal

1. Remove the upper intake manifold. For additional information, refer to Intake Manifold-Upper in this section.

2. Disconnect the fuel line. For additional information, refer to Section.

3. Remove the coolant by-pass tube. For additional information, refer to Section.

4. Remove the generator. For additional information, refer to Section.

5. Disconnect the electrical connector and the vacuum line from the fuel pressure sensor.

6. Disconnect the eight fuel injector electrical connectors.


6. Disconnect the eight fuel injector electrical connectors.

7. Separate the fuel charging wiring harness from the fuel injection supply


7. Separate the fuel charging wiring harness from the fuel injection supply manifold studs in three places.

8. Remove the ten bolts in the sequence shown and raise the lower intake


8. Remove the ten bolts in the sequence shown and raise the lower intake manifold slightly.

9. Disconnect the fuel charging wiring harness from the rear of the lower


9. Disconnect the fuel charging wiring harness from the rear of the lower intake manifold and remove the manifold.

10. Remove the intake manifold gaskets.

  • Clean and inspect the sealing surfaces.

Installation


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