Hey SF. My work to replace my cylinder header gasket has begun and so far no big surprises, just the breaking of some plastic pieces due to age and heat exposure. On the main wiring harness (intake side), I'm able to see how I'll be able to disconnect and set aside wiring for cylinder head removal except for a sub-harness that goes thru the intake runners. This sub-harness has a few nearby connectors and one that goes towards transmission. I think the TSRM covers these connectors to be unplugged for cylinder head removal; just saw a list but not much accompanying detail.
My question is to the folks who have done this work before; did you disconnect all the wires and pull them thru the intake runners for removal or is there an easier workaround?
I did search on this and didn't really see much on how to address this wiring harness.
One option I read was to unbolt the intake runner, leave wiring harness as-is and just set them aside and out of the way for removal of cylinder head.