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Posted: Mon Mar 03, 2008 5:39 pm 
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Hey Guys.

I decided to investigate the easiest way to change the Pasengers Side Welsh Plugs.

For a EL Falcon.

1, Remove Fuel Rail and tie back.
2, Remove Fan Belt.
3, Drop AC Compressor.
4, Unbolt Intake Manifold Arm behind where AC Compressor used to be.
5, Unbolt the same Arm at rear of intake just under Fuel Regulator.
6, Remove Throttle Body for Cleaning.
7, Jack car and disconnect Transmission Wiring.
8, Carefully pull trans cabling back into engine bay then disconnect the rest of the EFI harness and remove form car.
9, Now you can unbolt Intake Manifold from above so no stuck arms.
10, Remove Manifold Gently incase you have left anything connected. (Allways Happens)
11, Remove Distrbutor Cap and Mark position arm is in with White Pen.
12, Remove Distribuitor pulling up slowley and NOT twisting it and then Mark arm positions again so you know where to locate it when reinstalling to get the exact timing the car origionaly had.
13, Tape over Distributor Hole.
14, Have Fun replacing things and sorting out your welsh plugs.

Re assembley is the exact same as removal just backwards.
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Posted: Mon Mar 03, 2008 10:44 pm 
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Job completed.
Car runs beautifuly.

I took some photos I will put up time permitting.

Havent put air intake ducting ect back on need to monitor welsh plugs for minor leakage.
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