No. They intake and heads need removed.
According to Chilton's, on a V6 you can, but with the V8 you have to take off the intake manifold and get inside...
how can transmission fluid git in the intake
Check the fuel pressure regulator.
On a 5.3. at the top rear of the engine, behind the intake manifold. I is very difficult to get to without first removing the intake manifold.
Intake valves are in the cylinder heads.
take it to a mechanic
If you do'nt know that you should'nt work on it!
the firing order will be located on the intake usually the aluminum part of the engine on the top you may need a lite to seeit
Yes, you must install a new intake manifold gasket.
Between the intake manifold and the cylinder head.
On the very top of the engine there is a intake manifold and the intake gaskets go between the intake and cylinder heads.
the distbutor rotor plug is on the right side of the motor under the intake. there are two bolts to take off the cap to get to the rotor plug. it is hard to get to without removing the intake.
The temperature gauge sensor on the 2002 F150 is located on the driver's side of the vehicle and under the intake. This is almost impossible to remove without removing the intake itself.
The intake rear...next to Alternator...This is what I have found out.
18 ft lbs
It is underneath the intake manifold, on the inside of the passenger side cylinder head. It cannot be removed without removing the intake. Note that, despite the instructions, you do not need to remove the upper intake from the lower. Don't waste the upper intake gasket. Remove it as an assembly. I also took out the fuel rail...I couldn't get the EGR tube out, and that is an alternative way to get to the far back, right intake bolt (facing the engine compartment from the front). Also, be VERY gentle with the plastic connectors as you remove them. I broke almost half my fuel injector connectors...nightmare. Good luck.
the intake manifold is what takes air coming from the intake and directs it to each intake valve in each cylinder
Well if you were working on an old ford engine you could slide the head out from under the intake with out removing it. But on a chevy you MUST remove the intake manifold to get the head off. Now that's means you would have to remove the distributor too be able to remove the intake. It can't be done CORRECTLY by leaving the intake on. SO NO.
If the engine is the 24 valve "Duratec", then the majority of owners report that removing the upper intake manifold makes the job a whole lots easier. The 12 valve "Vulcan" provides enough room to be able to access the rear bank, cylinder numbers 1-3, without removing the manifold. See "Related Questions" below for more
Yes.. However, you must remove the intake manifold, but, removing the head is not necessary. Make sure you have a complete "Intake Manifold Gasket Set".
no, u need to remove the heads to get at the lifters
10 ft lbs
Try cleaning the intake manifold.