with very basic tools and about 10 min you should be good. Plus time for gapping. So not hard and becomes second nature after a few times.
It's easiest to do it as suggested by Lookbutdon'ttouch. Disconnect the dogbones, open the drivers door and release the park brake. Leave the car in park and push forward on the car frame. When you get it forward a bit, apply the park brake.GS1 said:Can you pull the engine forward after removing the dogbone just by hand? Someone told me you have to get another car to tap the back end to get the engine to move forward to do the back plugs.......sounded crazy to me. How do you keep it up once you get it forward? GS1
You realize you contradicted yourself, right?ThePizzaGTP said:I agree that rocking the engine did make it easier, but it's not any harder with it in place, either. I have no choice now, SLP headers won't let me rock it forward anymore. (Damn big-ass downpipe/collector)
1Hot97 said:You realize you contradicted yourself, right?