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HOW TO UNSTICK THE INTAKE MANIFOLD ON A4.3 LITRE 93 CHEVY i can,t pry it off.

I.ve pryed beat and banged and it want come loose without damaging it

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Might have been worked on before and someone applied gasket sealant find spot where it moves up a little and using a thin knife or scraper start moving blade into gap cut to break seal very carefully

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