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Old 03-14-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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Default 95 accord (f22b2) head removal HELP!!!

I have valve seals leaking and I suspect I have a bent/burnt valve I'm going to just replace head with a reman. My main concern is the lower intake manifold nuts I hear there a pain to get to .. Can I just pull the head and intake out together???
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I have valve seals leaking and I suspect I have a bent/burnt valve I'm going to just replace head with a reman. My main concern is the lower intake manifold nuts I hear there a pain to get to .. Can I just pull the head and intake out together???
You would be better off just pulling the manifold first. There is a coolant pipe that runs alongside the back of the block that is attached to the thermostat housing at the left side of the manifold. I was able to remove mine by using a 1/4" drive ratchet and various extenders.
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Default Re: 95 accord (f22b2) head removal HELP!!!

if you have the patience pulling it off first is fine, but really unbolt the thermostat, the coolant should already be drained, and you can just pull the intake manifold after it is off.
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Default Re: 95 accord (f22b2) head removal HELP!!!

Do you have to get the lower intake manifold nuts from underneath the car or can you get to them from the topside
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Do you have to get the lower intake manifold nuts from underneath the car or can you get to them from the topside
You can get to a few of the bottom ones from the sides (left and right, see which ones), but the others you should approach from underneath with the car on jack stands. I found easiest to use a 1/8 inch socket wrench with an extension. Its much easier with the small ratchet, I suggest you get one for this job. You need a 12 mm socket.
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did you already solve you problem
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