1999 Mercury Villager Repair Question
99 upper intake
There are some hoses, pipes and brackets that are attached to the block and head that need to be removed also.
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Disconnect the EGR from the upper intake manifold by removing 2 small nuts from the EGR port and the 2 bolts that anchors the EGR to the bracket(located by the fire wall hard to see but you can feel and reach them with a rachet). Then follow the pipe from the EGR to the bottom and unscrew and disconnect a big connector from the exhaust. You may have to disconnect the two hoses that are partially blocking your view to the connector and to get more access to it. Other instructions I found from online and service manuals did not help me so I finally figure this out by feeling parts behind the plenum that I can't see.
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