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Old 08-15-2015, 10:46 PM
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Exhaust manifold

Hey guys new here. Found some info on the driver side but not the passenger side.
I'm about 1 day into replacing the passenger side exhaust manifold on my 2008 6.8 v10. I only have one stud left to remove. It's covered by the motor mount. Looks like if I can remove the heat shield on the motor mount I could get to the last bottom stud. Any help on reaching it? I can barely get a hand in there much less a wrench? I've read about jacking up the engine but do I unbolt the mount from the engine side? Any tips appreciated. Thanks!
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