6. After you remove these parts, you are ready to remove the throttle body itself. Start by removing the 4 nuts on the throttle body, this will require a single socket and extension because some of the nuts are difficult to reach. Unscrew all four nuts being careful not to drop them into the engine compartment. You should now be able to pull your throttle body away from the stock factory EGR spacer.
7. Removing the Throttle body can actually be very hard if the studs have rusted, if you are in this situation (like I was) you can simple place a clean show rag into your throttle body opening so that no debris enters your intake, and use Liquid Wrench to penetrate the studs. Give the Liquid Wrench a few Mins to do its thing and you should be able to remove the Throttle Body with a tug, and then set it aside.
8. Disassemble the stock factory EGR spacer by removing the thermostat located on the left of the EGR spacer. This will require two different socket sizes, remove the thermostat and set it aside. You can discard the old gasket seeing a brand new one is included.
9. Now that the thermostat is removed, remove the two coolant lines from the top of the spacer (Be very careful as these may still have coolant in them.) Twist them up out of the way with the sensors and vacuum tube.
10. You can now slide the spacer off of the studs, if you have trouble, use some Liquid Wrench again to help with any rust.