Thanks, I did it the old fashion way, one bolt at a time. Until I got some parts off I did not see the EGR which had me baffled. Turned out it was best to leave the EGR on the manifold which I did. Got it done and the car runs. I cleaned the throttle body since I had it off.
:thumbsup: It always feels good to just get it done...your way. Sometimes the repair manual tells you remove little more than you really need.
Hope it's running good now, I know it made difference in MPG/Performance when I did mine at 100K.