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How do you remove an intake manifold on a TT?

How do you remove an intake manifold on a TT?

TT Models: On each side of the plenum are “support brackets” that connect the intake manifold to the heads, and each have a 10mm bolt (blue dot) connecting the turbo outlets. Remove these two bolts. Also remove the two 12mm bolts (orange dots) securing this bracket to the plenum.

Where are the bolts on an intake manifold?

12.These two bolts at the rear of the intake manifold cannot be removed until the manifold has been pulled forward slightly. It is easiest to put a small amount of masking tape on the bolts to hold them up while the intake manifold is being removed.

Why do I need to remove the intake manifold?

The most common reason to remove the intake manifold is to replace one or more faulty fuel injectors, and other jobs are usually performed at the same time due to the amount of labor required to remove the intake manifold.

How do you remove fuel rail from intake manifold?

15.Once the intake manifold is off, remove the fuel rail from the intake manifold by pulling up evenly and firmly so the injectors pull out from their seats in the intake manifold.

TT Models: On each side of the plenum are “support brackets” that connect the intake manifold to the heads, and each have a 10mm bolt (blue dot) connecting the turbo outlets. Remove these two bolts. Also remove the two 12mm bolts (orange dots) securing this bracket to the plenum.

12.These two bolts at the rear of the intake manifold cannot be removed until the manifold has been pulled forward slightly. It is easiest to put a small amount of masking tape on the bolts to hold them up while the intake manifold is being removed.

The most common reason to remove the intake manifold is to replace one or more faulty fuel injectors, and other jobs are usually performed at the same time due to the amount of labor required to remove the intake manifold.

15.Once the intake manifold is off, remove the fuel rail from the intake manifold by pulling up evenly and firmly so the injectors pull out from their seats in the intake manifold.

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Ruth Doyle