Sorry about the problem, andf I hope it hasn't been two weeks since you started. There are 8 screws that hold it down. Look right in the center area and you will find 2 recessed areas that are hiding the screws. They are the same size as the others.
I have the same problem with a 97 exp. All 8 screws are off and the intake body loose, but the egr tube will not come off. I am afraid to pry to much but can't find any fastener holding the tube to the intake.
How do you get the upper intake body off a 1997 exployer after all 8 screws have been removed the egr tube is holding it on
right hand side of the carburretor little round thing attached to intake manifold with vacuum hose on it
no such thing as a vortec 5.3 tbi
It's Attached to the throttle body on the side that's facing you when you pop the hood open. The throttle body is in between the intake manifold (The black plastic thing on the right) and the engine.
Right where the intake hose attaches to the engine, between the bellowed tube and the intake manifold thing.
The PCV valve is located at the rear of the engine under the intake manifold. It screws into a metal box separate from the engine and about an inch behind it. There is no way to get a wrench onto it. You can find the valve by following a vacuum hose that comes from a rail attached by the bolts that hold the manifold to the head. I don't know how Nissan techs get the thing off unless there is a special wrench. It looks like the intake manifold would have to come off. I found the thing by going to Nissan and looking at their parts diagram on their parts computer.
ive never heard of suck a thing. they could be referring to rather air (dry) or wet (gas) is going threw it. if its not that, then they are talking about NOS, which i dont know much about lol
That thing on the top of the engine that looks like a carburetor, But it'sreally a Throttle body that's bolted onto the INTAKEUNDERSTAND.
It's located on the passenger side firewall area by the a/c air dryer (long round canister looking thing). It has a hose attached to it that goes to the intake manifold. Chances are the sensor is good and ur turbo is stuck and needs cleaning. Good luck.
You must be talking about the fuel pressor regulator valve? It is located towards the rear of the intake manifold on the fuel rail that is attached to all the fuel injectors. It is a round thing with a vacuum hose attached to the top and is bolted on with 3 small bolts through a flange on the bottom of it...
Read closely. The air filter houseing sets on top of the thing that looks like a carburetor / Throttle body injection houseing. And that is bolted to the INTAKE MANIFOLD with 3 bolts. The intake is the BIG item that is bolted on the center of the engine between the valve covers. I hope you understand now.
its a 2 wire sensor on the intake manifold, cast aluminum thing on where the throttle body sits. its a 2 wire sensor, the only one on that manifold! got it? good!
In the plenum tube that goes from the air filter box to the intake manifold. It is the only thing plugged into the large rubber tube ontop of the engine.
PCV valve is at the top of the engine behind the coil. It screws into the intake manifold and has a hose attached to the other end. It looks like it is just an adapter fitting for the hose, so go get the new one and replace the thing that looks like it.
um on top of the engine. the air filter is in a black box that has a plastic tube rouchly 3 inches in diameter varying with engine size and model. that tube lead right into a big metal thing called and intake manifold
The O2 senors will be in the exhaust system. They may be in the exhaust manifold all the way to the convertor. You can locate them easily. They will be the only thing in the pipe or manifold that have wires attached to them.
I had the same thing in my 1998 Honda Civic and it had to do with the intake manifold setup on the J spec motor. We replaced it with the original intake manifold off the stock motor that we were replacing (that was originally in the car) and the idle was fixed. You will want to clean your old intake manifold though so that you don't get a bunch of junk in your fuel injectors.
no such thing ,you need to reword your question,exhaust manifold is bolted on the right side of engine and intake manifold on left side,under carburator.
the first thing to check is the manifold air temperature sensor
Your car doesn't have one but it does have a map sensor (pretty much the same thing). Its near the intake manifold by the throttle body
The intake manifold is leaking from the water jacket. That is a common problem on V8 and V6 engines over a period of time. That is the only thing that can leak water back there. There are 4 water jackets in the intake, 1 on each corner of the intake front and back. Hope I helped. NEED TO REPLACE INTAKE GASKET
If this is a 6VD1 engine, the camshaft position sensor will be located on the very back of the left bank head (on the inside, under the intake manifold). The easiest way to have it replaced or removed is to take off the intake manifold. The sensor is only secured with one 10mm bolt but it is a frustrating thing to put it back on with the intake installed, unless you have very slim hands.
First thing Is There Is No Water In An Altenater. ... But it Does sound Like the Heater Hose Is leaking and it is located Under The Intake Manifold on the 4.6 Engine And It is running Down Front Of moptor The Only Way to Repair This Is to Remove The Intake Manifold.....:)
yes i just put one on my 2001 400ex the only thing you really have to do is take the intake manifold and hoen it out some the intake tube is a tite fit but it works
In the middle of your engine "V". You cannot touch, see, do anything to the starter without removing the intake manifold (the big thing on top of the engine). 1st timers about 3.5 hours of work. cost if you order online like me $110, but you have to wait for your part. Dont forget to replace the intake manifold gastket. also, make sure you torque the manifold on, or try your best to get the bolts evenly tightend.
Yes, only thing may be conections for cables