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How do you remove the inlet coolant pipe from a 1995 Chrysler LeBaron with a 3.0 liter V-6 engine?

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2015-07-15 21:14:07
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remove engines intake manifold and removal of this pipe should become obvious.

The intake manifold has to be removed. Eight or ten bolts that are hard to reach unless you have the proper tools. You need to remove the air filter housing. Once you get the bolts removed it should pry righ off. The inlet tubes are in two pieces- o-ring fitted together. new o-rings should come with the tube.I replaced mine on a 1995 lebaron gtc. I thought they were corroded, but it ended up being the water pump. I don,t know how the antifreeze found it,s way to that side of the car---but it did. if you know you have a bad tube, after you pull the intake and replace the tube, make sure you put new gaskets onto the manifold. I had antifreeze leaking down from the inlet tube area onto the trans. I had to replace the water pump- big job for a do it yourselfer. good luck rniz

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