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deleting intake heater grid

how easy is it to delete the intake heater grid?
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easy. either buy a delete so you keep yours in tact or just unbolt and pull everything out.






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thanks ats says that a delete kit wont work with at abs pump on 94-98. Why is that? and will a 01 heater grid work?
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thanks ats says that a delete kit wont work with at abs pump on 94-98. Why is that? and will a 01 heater grid work?
at abs pump? dont listen to ATS!

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I just took the whole intake plenum off, it only take about 15 mintues and then remove the grid heater so nothing falls into the engine. Then reinstall everything. Just disconnect the wire that go to the grid heater relays from the battery and you are good to go!

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What the hell is a at abs pump?!!!!

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You can buy a different spacer, and keep the grid heater, you may want to put it back in some day. Putting blobs of silicone, or what ever, in the intake, does no seem like a good idea to me.

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You can buy a different spacer, and keep the grid heater, you may want to put it back in some day. Putting blobs of silicone, or what ever, in the intake, does no seem like a good idea to me.
On the 12 Valves it easy super easy to hook it all back up if you want to.

As i stated earlier remove the intake plenum un bolt the grid heater, remove and put the bolts back on the wholes. Then unhook the battery cable that leads to the relays. Then you are good to go!!

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