Cylinder head removal

Asked by Nov 21, 2017 at 12:29 PM about the 2005 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What bolts do I need to remove to take off
driver side cylinder

5 Answers

57,705

Respectfully.....If you don't know which bolts to remove you probably should not being attempting such a complicated repair. Get some hands on help with it.

57,705

Certainly you will have to remove the intake manifold as well as the exhaust manifold before the head will come off.

I have both off but it seems as if the heads screwed onto my AC compressor mount. I found only 2 in front and one mind of on the side

91,415

I think you will regret doing this yourself.

You think too much, while I was doin! it’s at the machine shop, thanks guys. Screws were in the mounting of the ac compressor... like way in there and one is so wedged that a had to remove a pulley. Thought I was gonna have to take Freon out but na just a lil struggle n I got it. Had an issue with the 3.0 volcan misfire. It’s a valve recession issue “poor me wahh” na Ima trade her back into same dealer. Once running

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