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E38 codes p0170, p0173; can some one give a little help removing the intake unit from my car? not quit sure how to approche it. thanks Ron326

e38 codes p0170, p0173;  can some one give a little help removing the intake unit from my car?  not quit sure how to approche it.

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Ron326

 

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