: Specific tools needed for blower removal?



musclesbmf
04-18-11, 10:49 AM
What specific tools (besides the obvious) are needed for the blower to be removed? Is there a special fuel line tool that I need handy, or anything else?

Thanks,
Mark

PhxTriode
04-18-11, 11:07 AM
Yeah there is a tool for the fuel line. It can be purchased from just about any auto store in a universal kit. Other than that its a pretty simple process and you shouldn't have any issues, just note where everything is so it goes back the same.

musclesbmf
04-18-11, 12:18 PM
Awesome. thanks for reply.
I figured it was the universal tool, but just wanted to make sure.

Jesse's ported blower w/2.55 upper here we come :-)

Ross L
04-18-11, 12:42 PM
IMO a fun car to work on. The blower practically falls off the car. No TV cable or throttle cable to fight. No brackets to cuss and throw. Just disconnect elect connections and unbolt. I didn't completely remove all the bolts holding the blower. Just loosened them all(they stayed put) and pulled the blower out(with snout on). Have fun!
Ross

musclesbmf
04-18-11, 02:41 PM
Thank you...
yes, it looks to be easy and I appreciate the extra tips.

Mark