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Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by fobra559, Dec 1, 2007.
Yeah, I'm sure I'll be on it once I install it
Go to the car garages and set some alarms off now
I already did last night when I went to see I Am Legend.
How many did you set off? How was I am Legend? I so want to see that movie. Especially when he's deer hunting driving that Shelby
Yeah the movie was pretty amazing. Go see it ASAP.
One thing though... Even after installing a new gasket, I still hear a slight leak from the passenger side. Do you think it's because the bolts aren't tight enough, or do I need some of the silicone crap to seal it up? I'm gonna get under the car tomorrow and see if I can tighten it up a bit more. It's hardly noticeable, though. Before I got a new gasket, it sounded like ****. Now it just sounds like air, rather than that annoying rattling sound that leaks produce.
I would think, tighten it up first and see and then seal it if it still leaks. If it doesn't work out, take it to a shop and have them look at it. They can probably fix it easily.
I guess it's hard to properly tighten those bolts when you're using a 10" extension and a swivel head. :\
You have any buddies that can help you out?
its the passenger i presume, i would loosen both the pass. and driver side, and tighten the pass side first, than the driver side . i had the same problem, cause the pass., side manifold is flat and the driver side has a ball flang. try that and see what happens. oh and i am legend was the sh** i thought.
Dang, I have to see that movie. Everyone on here was like the Shelby scene was the s***, I might just pay to see that part and then after when it's done walk out
Will that really work? I've been under that car so much in the past few days. The bolts are just in such an awkward place that I can't get in a good position to torque the bolts as hard as I potentially can.
Here you go