Nothing major like the the intake has to be removed. Below are the basic steps to change it out. I'll also add a link to the right that will take you to a walkthrough with pictures. 1)Drain the coolant: 2)Remove the shroud: 7-10 mm bolts 3)Remove the fan and clutch: There is no need to separate the fan from the clutch. The whole thing threads on to the end of the water pump. I don't know the size, because rather than break out all my wrenches, I just grabbed an 18 inch crescent wrench. Place the wrench on the nut and tap loose with a hammer. the tapping will break it loose. You have to tap it, if you just try to loosen it, the belt won't hold it and the whole thing will turn. After it breaks loose just spin it off. 4)Break loose the bolts holding the pulley on: 4- 13 mm or 1/2" bolts Just break them loose, don't remove them 5) Remove the serpentine belt 6) Remove the pulley: Finish removing the bolts holding the pulley and remove the pulley 7) Disconnect the hoses 8) Remove the old pump: 4-14 mm or 9/16" bolts 9) Clean the surface: Remove all traces of the old gasket. 10) Install new pump: Apply a bead of blue Permatex around the holes on both sides of the gaskets, put them on the pump and insert the bolts through the holes to hold the gaskets in place. Carefully lower the pump in to position. Thread the bolts into the block and snug them. Then remove the bolts one at a time, add the permatex to the threads, and then reinsert. (only do one at a time so that the pump doesn't shift and disturb the mating surfaces) Then tighten all the bolts. 11) Reinstall everything in reverse. There will be a lot of air trapped in the system, so after you fill it, get the engine to operating temperature, shut it off, let it cool, then add more. The air trapped in the system can cause your engine to over heat if left unattended. I suggest filling the system with water only and run it like that for a day or two just to make sure there are no leaks. That way you don't waste your antifreeze if you have to do further repairs. See the Related Link for "Water Pump Replacement Walkthrough With Pictures" to the bottom for the answer.
no its out side of the intake
Under the upper intake manifold. The upper intake manifold would have to be removed to gain access to the bank of injector poppets (the spider).
On the 4.3 engine it is located under the upper intake manifold. The upper intake manifold must be removed to gain access to it.
what is the cost to replace a 2001 v-8 manifold intake
when i change the starter corlla ce 2003 I take out a manifold
If you have to ask that question you probably should not attempt the job your self.
The last one we did in our shop was a little over $600
Assuming this is a 4.3L engine, the fuel pressure regulator is located under the upper intake manifold. The upper intake manifold must be removed to gain access to the regulator.
They are located under the upper intake manifold. The upper intake manifold must be removed to gain access to the bank of injectors, AKA the "Spider".
Yes, you must install a new intake manifold gasket.
It is on the back of the intake manifold.
If you have CFI (Central Fuel Injection) the "spider" would be found under the upper intake manifold. The upper intake manifold has to be removed to gain access. If you have TBI (Throttle Body Injection) it doesn't have a "spider".
Remove everything on top of the intake (hoses, fuel rails, linkages.) Unbolt the manifold and remove it. Clean the old gasket off and replace it. Reinstall all parts removed to get to the gasket.
The 98 Blazer with a 4.3L V6 fuel pressure regulator would be located under the upper intake manifold. It would be attached to the bank of fuel injector poppets aka "the spider". The upper intake manifold would have to be removed to gain access.
Under the intake manifold Between the top intake manifold and the engine block. The top intake manifold must be removed to access the starter.
To remove the intake manifold on the eclipse it is important to firstly remove the air intake, breather hose and the sensor at the top of the manifold. The battery should also be removed to remove the intake manifold on an eclipse.
i dont think they do, the lifters are right under the intake manifold
Under the intake manifold, right in the middle of the valley, on the block. The intake manifold has to be removed.
replace the water heater inlet pipe on the intake manifold on a 3800
if it is a v6 engine it is located underneath the intake manifold and you have to removed the manifold to replace it. if it is a 4 cylinder it is located on the back side of the engine block below the manifold
There are 2 of them. They are sandwiched between the heads and the engine block. In order to replace them the intake manifold and heads must be removed and exhaust manifold disconnected. Always replace both of them on a V6.
on the intake manifold front of motor on top
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Remove the upper radiator hose, carburetor, intake manifold, and exhaust manifold. There are lots of hoses and wires going to various devices on the intake manifold and around the engine that have to be removed also. Additionally the alternator, water pump, smog pump, etc. need to be removed.