Not sure where to post this question, but this seems as good a spot as any...
Can a rear exhaust manifold be replaced without removing the engine? ('98 Riv)
My recently replaced engine has a manifold that exits to the downpipe too far to the left, causing the DP to rub against the power steering lines and offsetting the entire front portion of the exhaust system a couple of inches.
I've found a manifold from a Lesabre that exits more to the right. Seems correct.
This was an unexpected problem. I bought this engine about 9 years ago and am just getting to this project. For the life of me, I can't remember what GM vehicle this L67 came from.
So, can this be replaced without moving the engine, and further, how did this happen?
Any input welcome and much appreciated.