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Screwed up. dropped my sorting tray of bolts and now I cant figure out which ones go where. I THINK I got the fuel rail bolts in but there's a couple others that fit in the threads. Cant figure out which length of the 13mms go where so some pics of the upper intake plenum would help from the right and left sides. I can't seem to find any good pics of the intake anywhere from the left or the right. and a bunch of stuff is all old stuff where the links don't work anymore. Still waiting on the Haynes manual to come in but I'm not sure that'd help all that much.
 

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I have 3 different escort Haynes books, I don't think its going to help with this. I would just pop in each bolt in until you find one that fits right and what not.
 

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Yeah use your best judgement, the 13mm nuts are for the head-to-manifold studs and the rest just install with caution. Since most of the other bolts are the same diameter & threads just match the lengths best you can
 

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Yeah use your best judgement, the 13mm nuts are for the head-to-manifold studs and the rest just install with caution. Since most of the other bolts are the same diameter & threads just match the lengths best you can
Best judgement will do! also amazing channel! helped me a lot with some of my more specific issues and just general curiosities. Love your EXP's haha
 

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One on updated radiator fan retrofit comes this weekend!
I found a rad fan motor of a old dodge truck fit my 88 EXP, although I forget the year it came from. Those slim fans that zip tie to rads are a better option if you ask me. Ether way I will likely be watch that vid to see what you came up with.
 
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