I have a 1985 Toyota 4x4 pickup with a 22R carburated engine and a 5 speed. The mileage is 108,000. I need to replace the exhaust manifold (diagnosed as cracked by a repair shop). The replacement seems very easy except for removing the air injection tube. When you remove the bolts for the air injection tube, the studs on the tube face the back of the truck, the studs on the engine face the drivers side. There seems no way to remove the air injection tube as the studs block you from removing it (as the studs go two directions). How do you remove the air injection tube?
Sunday, February 18th, 2007 AT 12:03 PM