How to Remove an Exhaust Manifold?

Answer An engine's exhaust manifold's sole purpose is to route the dangerous gases produced by the engine to the vehicle's exhaust pipe. The exhaust manifold attaches to the side of the cylinder head. Bet... Read More »

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How to Remove a Rusted Nut on an Exhaust Manifold?

Rusted nuts and bolts are one of the toughest problems to deal with when repairing your car. Moisture and air cause the rust over time, making the nut or bolt difficult to remove. Luckily, solvents... Read More »

How to Remove a 2002 F-150 4.6L Exhaust Manifold?

The 2002 Ford F-150 4.6-liter engine is a V-8, which means that it has one exhaust manifold on each side of the engine. Each exhaust manifold has four metal tubes that come off the engine head and ... Read More »

How to Remove the Xterra Exhaust Manifold?

The exhaust manifold on a Nissan Xterra is mounted to the cylinder head of the engine. The manifold takes the gases created internally in the engine and sends them out through the exhaust system on... Read More »

How to Remove Exhaust Manifold Bolts?

The exhaust manifolds of your car are what takes the high heat gasses from your engine and expels them to help keep your engine cool and running at its peak performance. Stock exhaust manifolds are... Read More »