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Old 01-09-2013, 12:59 PM   #187581
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:00 PM   #187582
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Doing the ofhg adds a few more steps but actually makes it easier to get to some of the harder parts. Other option is doing it through the intake manifold but that gasket is more money. And ussually whem you do your ccv you ussually need to do your ofhg anyways.
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doing the ofhg adds a few more steps but actually makes it easier to get to some of the harder parts. Other option is doing it through the intake manifold but that gasket is more money. And ussually whem you do your ccv you ussually need to do your ofhg anyways.
my ofhg is only 4k miles old
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