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1994 940 Turbo -- Replacing PCV Oil Trap (hopefully without pulling intake man) 900 1994

I am attempting to replace the PCV oil breather separator box on a 1994 940 turbo.
Question -- Is it possible to do this without removing the intake manifold? If so, how is this done? The FAQs suggest that it is, in fact possible -- but I can't see it.

Having removed nothing I am tantalizingly close to doing so, but I am now in a bind -- I have obtained access to the PCV box, removed the 2x 12mm bolts holding it down, and 2x 10mm bolts securing the base-plate with the wiring harness in front of it. The PCV breather box now lifts up off the block just less than 1 inch but I can't rotate it or tip it far enough to get it out of its housings. Afraid of shattering something. Is there a trick to this?

 





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