Intake manifold gasket...a friend had the same problem (same year car) and we fixed it a couple of weekends go, so far, no leaks. It isn't too big of a job, just like advertised in the Haynes manual. ==New Answer== A little more helpful, you might need to replace the intake manifold gasket, OR it could be you need to change your spark plug tube seals. That in itself is real easy and you can purchase the seals at any autoparts store.
The seal on the top of the plug tubes are leaking. You need to change the valve cover gasket and plug tube seals.
Under the valve cover there are seals on top of the plug tubes, you will need to replace the valve cover gasket and plug tube seals.
The spark plugs are located underneath the four black rubber plugs visible on the top of the engine valve cover. When you open the hood, there will be a black plastic box with four short black rubber wires mounted to the top of the valve cover above the bar that says '2.0 liter 16 valve'. Pull off the 4 plugs and the spark plugs will be accessable at the bottom of the tubes that are exposed.
With mine the spark plug tube gasket broke and one of the spark plug tubes was flooded with oil. Also try changing the sparkplugs. With mine the spark plug tube gasket broke and one of the spark plug tubes was flooded with oil. Also try changing the sparkplugs. With mine the spark plug tube gasket broke and one of the spark plug tubes was flooded with oil. Also try changing the sparkplugs.
injector tubes are leaking
IF YOU MEAN THE OIL IS DOWN IN THE SPARK PLUG TUBE. THERE IS A SEAL THAT IS IN THE VALVE COVER THAT GOES AROUND THE TOP OF THE SPARK PLUG TUBE, THEY GET HARD AND START TO LEAK INTO THE TUBES AFTER A WHILE. YOU WILL HAVE TO REMOVE THE VALVE COVER TO REPLACE THEM.
There is a gasket underneath the valve cover that goes around the outer edge and around the center of the cover around the spark plug tubes. These gaskets are prone to leakage and must be replaced.
Remove the tubes if possible and use carb cleaner and compressed air.
The spark plugs for this car are on the right side of the engine. They are located beneath all of the wiring and tubes of this vehicle.
Take off the plastic cover on top of the engine and you will see the coils & plug tubes with the plugs at the bottom of the tubes
The HEMI engines don't have 'spark plug wires' as you're used to seeing, they have coil-over plugs...those small black rectangles with the wires coming from them on either side of the intake plenum. Should be some very long screws holding them on, but are pretty easy to remove. -- No 'spark plug wires' to replace on the HEMIs. There are two plugs per cylinder in the 5.7 liter and 6.1 liter hemi's under those black squares with the two bolts holding them down. You loosen those two bolts per (you don't need to remove them completly) then remove the coils (the black boxes) and remove them. you will see two black rubber tubes (plug connecters) and that will show the plugs underneath.
Those little plastic tubes are the vacuum lines for the front axle shift motor.
The spark plug tubes need replaced.
Check the drain tubes. If you pull off the a-pillar trims (between the windshield and the door glass) you'll notice a rubber hose that runs down the a-pillar to the firewall. take them off the moonroof end and blow them out with air. there's one on each side.
The seals inside the valve cover on top of the plug tubes have failed.
You need a special tool that wedges itself inside the round tube and then you unscrew the tube.
It does not use a pcv valve. The tubes coming out of the are of a specific orifice size and they do the same job.
There are six cylinders in a 2.8. They are located inside the engine in the part known as the engine block. They are not accessible without dismantling the engine. The cylinders are the tubes that the pistons travel up and down in and they are located under the heads which are attached to the top of the engine block. The spark plugs screw into the heads and the spark is ignited inside the cylinder when the fuel air mixture has been compressed by the piston. The spark igniting the fuel/air mixture drives the piston down which turns the crankshaft and cause the engine to run.
"radial" has to do with how the reinforcing fabric is added to a tire. And since there isn't any reinforcing fabric added to tubes(they have to be able to expand) there's no such thing as a "radial" tube. But if you're asking about if tubes can be used in supposedly tubeless tires - then the answer is yes. It's an old trick to deal with leaky rims.
Lower left near the front side of the block, it is on the inlet side of the water pump. You'll see 2 tubes one thicker other thinner, the housing mounted to the block by 2 screws. Follow the lower radiator hose and you'll find it.
the valve cover gasket is bad, or the valve cover is loose
To repair a leaky sunroof, you need to clean the drainage tubes on your sunroof. You can do this by sticking a thin wire or coat hanger in the drain. Then pour some clean water through the drainage tube.
No vacuum tubes on the Dakota. It uses electric servos.