I bought a 2000 tj three years ago with a cracked exhaust manifold (dealer said it was a exhaust gasket on down pipe). Cost $98 at O'Reileys. I replaced the exhaust manifold in my drive way with a 119 piece Craftsman tool set in 4 hours. Two years of use and it too has cracked so I am going to see if I can beat the 4 hour mark now that I know how to do it.
for a little while, anywhere from a day or two to a few months. for a little while, anywhere from a day or two to a few months.
It should be the same.. the standard jeep(left hand drive) the intake and exhaust are on the left side of the engine as well, so there is no need for a different manifold. so 99 % sure its the same manifold
On the front and rear of what?? The Air Intake Manifold is on the TOP of the engine. the Exhaust Manifold are on the sides of an engine. On a front wheel drive vehicle, the engine is turned 90 degrees, so the exhaust manifold appears to be on the front and back of the engine, below the valve covers.
screwed into your exhaust manifold.
This v6 engine has the traditional front-wheel drive 'transverse' mounting. This means the exhaust manifolds are on the front (towards the radiator) and back (facing the firewall) sides of the engine.The exhaust manifold is made of heavy cast iron and directly beneath where the sparkplugs mount.
U have a blown head gasket,cracked cylinder head or cracked block.. The white smoke is from water getting into the Exhaust system.
You have to replace the gasket because when you take the manifold off it brakes the seel and air will be sucked into the manifold and your vehicle will hardly run, and you wont be able to drive it You have to replace the gasket because when you take the manifold off it brakes the seel and air will be sucked into the manifold and your vehicle will hardly run, and you wont be able to drive it
NO NO NO you can i guess but it will ruin your engine. You either have a cracked block or blown head gasket i would guess. Moisture in the engine will destroy it. In addition to a headgasket or cracked block (unlikely), would be cracked cylinder head, intake manifold gasket or manifold. What kind of car, what size engine? 1999 CADILLAC DEVILLE
12 to 15 ft-lbs
You can drive a car with any faulty part, but in doing so it will cause more damage to another part somewhere else. With a faulty Exhaust manifold you will be damaging your Valves, and possible your pistons, connecting rods etc...
the stock exhaust has a factory 16 inch glass pack on it with a high flow exhaust and high flow exhaust manifold it also has pressure realease valves which is why its so loud>
Exhaust gases from engine spin the blades which in turn drive a turbine in the inlet manifold that forces air into a engine.
White smoke out the exhaust is a sure sign of a blown head gasket or cracked head. Do not start this engine until this is repaired.
cracked transfer case or linkage may need adjusting
One has a turbocharger, and the other doesn't. The turbocharger is mounted on the exhaust manifold and uses the exhaust gases to drive a turbine which is connected to another turbine that forces fresh air into the intake manifold. This added air increases horsepower and torque.
Yes. You can. But there would be no point in an exhaust system after this modification. It would actually be in your disfavor to do this. Sure, it's louder. But you would then risk burning the gaskets and also Reduce your horsepower. Only do this temporary. But you should think about buying new headers (manifold) if they are damaged.
The engine will have one exhaust manifold attached to each "bank" of cylinders. In a v6 or v8, there would be an exhaust manifold on each side of the 'V'. With the transverse mounting of the front wheel drive, the manifolds are at the front and back of the engine. On a 4 cylinder, there's only 1 bank, so just one exhaust manifold. (NOTE: there hasn't been a 4 cylinder Taurus since 1986) On the front and back of the engine it will have three pipes coming out of the engine that turn into one pipe that goes all the way back to the muffler
Blown head gasket or a cracked head. Do not drive this car. Serious engine damage will occur.
They should be on the exhaust manifold visible from under the hood.
Cracked Exhaust manafold. This often happens causing fresh air to fool with the O2 sensors.
Some (front wheel drive) cars have a flexible piece of pipe that connects the exhaust manifold to rest of the exhaust system. The length of pipe is designed to allow the engine to rock back and forth on its mounts. Without the flex joint, the movement of the engine would damage the rest of the exhaust system.
I assume you mean a cracked rim, if so then DO NOT drive on this. It can lead to catastrophic failure and cause an accident.
The original Cherokee, 2001 and older, was rear wheel drive or four wheel drive. The latest Cherokee, 2014 and up, is front wheel drive or all wheel drive.