please provide information on how to replace/install intake manifold on 1979 Jeep cj7
On the very top of the engine there is a intake manifold and the intake gaskets go between the intake and cylinder heads.
Yes they do at the intake manifold gaskets.
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not a Honda but a Chevy astovan should i install wet or dry?
Yes you do.
head gaskets blow and intake manifold gaskets break
Yes, you need to replace your intake gaskets.
you go to a mechanic
Theoretically, under normal operating conditions, and proper maintenence, intake manifold gaskets should last for the entire life of the vehicle. To my knowledge, there is no prescribed routine replacement interval for intake manifold gaskets. Of course anytime a head(s) is removed, then new gaskets should be used in reassembly.
To replace the Suburban manifold gaskets, unhook everything on the manifold, from fuel lines to vacuum hoses. The manifold needs to be unbolted then removed. Clean the old gasket material, then install with a new gasket. Make sure to use factory specs when torqueing down the bolts.
The starter is located under the intake manifold. Remove the intake manifold and all necessary components to access it. Remember to replace all the gaskets with new gaskets .
Intake manifold gaskets are leaking, intake manifold is warped.
Yes, you must install a new intake manifold gasket.
It is the Intake Manifold Gaskets FYIilikebananas
Usually when you leak oil that's an indication that the intake manifold gaskets need to be replaced or your intake manifold is shot.
You will feel a miss at idle and the idle speed may be erratic. Try retorquing the intake manifold bolts, working from the center out in the recommended tightening sequence. If that fails, the intake manifold will have to be removed and the intake gaskets replaced.
Could be the intake manifold gaskets are leaking.
If you are talking about the EXHAUST manifold then most of the time it's the valve cover gasket that is leaking oil. REPLACE VALVE COVER GASKETS. If you are talking about the intake manifold then it has 2 rubber gaskets in the front and rear of it that leak oil real bad. If oil is on the left are right top sides of the intake manifold were the valve covers are then it will be the valve cover gaskets that are leaking oil.
You will need a intake manifold set and possibly a plenum gasket set.
The year, engine size and if it is the intake manifold or an exhaust manifold gaskets would help.
No, you need a new gasket. About the only gaskets that may be reusable are valve cover gaskets some engines.
You will feel a miss at idle and the idle speed may be erratic. Try retorquing the intake manifold bolts, working from the center out in the recommended tightening sequence. If that fails, the intake manifold will have to be removed and the intake gaskets replaced