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I'm looking to replace my old COPs, and wherever I look (esp. American Muscle) people say it's a relatively straightforward job. However, looking under the hood, there's barely any clearance at all on the left side from the fuel rail, and the last 2-3 on the right side are seemingly totally obstructed by the throttle body. Do you guys remove your throttle body and loosen your fuel rails to replace these things, or is there more room to remove them than I'm envisioning?


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replaced mine by just removing the intake tube and that is it as I recall.
 

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no problem, anytime!!!! glad you had no problems. just make sure you don't over tighten the bolt on the coil pack as they will crack.
 
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