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Hello to all,

I just bought a 207 1.6hdi 90cv from 2009 with 90000km on the clock last month, i'm happy with the car and the last service was 15k km but i like to maintain the car myself so got to it.
Already change the diesel, air and cabin filter, also put in new oil(Total Ineo First 0w30). To prevent any problems and clean the injection system used LIQUI MOLY Diesel Spulung(half into de diesel filter and half into the tank), had the service history but didn't specified what oil had been used so also did a Liqui Moly Engine flush when changing.

Now to my problem, already put a blanking plate on the EGR(complete removel after electronic deactivation) but wanted to clean all the intake from that oily mess it does. Removed the valve cover, injection tubing, all the screws i could find but the intake manifold won't budge, even applied force leveraging with a screwdriver to the point it seems i forgot to unbolt something.
It's normal to have to make alot of force to remove it? There is some kind of "trick" to get it off or i'm forgetting something? Already saw youtube stuff but no help...

youtube.com/watch?v=vB042deXSAE

Thank you for the help
 

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To do seroius work you need the haynes manual. When i removed my plastic inlet manifold from my 1.4 L petrol there where many inaccessable bolts, which, without removing the cylinder head would have been impossible to access.

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in my previous car always did maintenence with what i could find online, but on this one already thought about buying the haynes manual, with every expense i'm having right now didn't get to it.
Regarding the manifold, after talking to a mechanic it's suppose to be really hard to get off, will try again tomorrow.
 
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