On the end of the intake maifold.On the end of the intake maifold.
if it is the intake manifold YES, exhaust manifold NO.
Should be on the front of the engine block, if you have a vortec it is on the lower maifold below the EGR valve.
i have a 1.4 puma,i think its between inlet maifold pipes,there should be 2 hoses going into manifold and 1 in the middle going to the valve the hoses join on a T shape,my hoses collapse when engines running and kicks out black smoke
locate the air box where the air filter is, and follow the tube that goes into the intake manifold on the engine, and you should run into it befor you hit the intake maifold and it has a wire hooked into it from wire harnest
the lamba sensor is located inside the maifold
it is screwed in to the intake maifold on the air box side of the engine
pour some transmission fluid in the dipstick hole 2 litres will do it. you may have a leak, any evidense of red fliud at the vacuum pipe that connects the modulator valve to inlet maifold, at manifold end, if so change modulator (externally mounted on tranny)
generally means that the firing order is written on top of intake manifold the numbers will be cast in the maifold at manufacture and will look like this,--1-3-4-5-6-2-7-8, may also havinve firing order written there do not use the numbers as i have written them, they are just an example
AnswerCertainly!! A piece of cake if you remain meticulous! Do have handy a pen and piece of paper to insure you maintain the order of the steps you take to remove the manifold cover. The manifold cover has 7 bolts that must be removed from the top of the manifold cover. Be careful!! There is 1 remaining screw on the back of the manifold to hold it in place in the rear of the engine compartment. The throttle assembly is also attached the the rear of the manifold cover. Be careful not to rock it back too hard as to displace something in the rear. A second person if good to have; a third hand is a must. I used a short 2x4 to keep the manifold cover propped up while I changed the spark plugs AND the valve cover gaskets. Good luck, swaabee
Try looking at the back of the engine on the maifold just before it connects to the exhaust pipe.
Remove the intake maifold upper intake plenum
You can find the firing order right on of the intake maifold on most all GM cars and trucks.
Lift hood. Locate area between engine and transmission, look down, follow the vacuum line from the maifold to just above the starter. The unit screwed into the side of the tranny with the vacuum line coming out is the modulator.
Most likly the fuel pressure regulater located on the top of the maifold
oxygen sensor is usually in the rear of the exhaust maifold or in the exhaust pipe itself
According to Haynes Repair Manual 1984 through 2000: Cherokee, Wagoneer, Comanche; "1. Loose or damaged wire harness connections at distributor, coil or alternator. 2. Intake manifold vacuum leaks. Make sure all mounting bolts/nuts are tight and all vacuum hoses connected to the maifold are attached properly and in good condition. 3. Insuffucuent fuel flow."
Just about to do it. They appear to be at the back of the engine, and the cam box cover complete with the intake maifold has to come off to get at them. Hopeless design, but most Jap transverse engines are like that.
not to be rude but if you are asking how to do this dont even attempt it! if you get coolant on any of the internals by not completely removing the old gasket or over torquing you will throw a rod........ i will just tell u this.....scrape well, very well. if you know what you are doing. and if you dont know where the head gaskets are....take off the intake maifold.... 1993 fleetwood brougham......d-body yes but i don't have alot of money and i need my head gaskets replaced so how i do it.
looking at the front of the engine on the left head (drivers side) number 1 cyl. is the 1st spark plug. 2nd. plug is cyl. 3 . 3rd plug is cyl. 5 on right head (passengers side ) the first plug is cyl. 2. 2nd plug cyl. 4 . 3rd plug cyl 6. on V6 engines. V8 engines are numbered 1-3-5-7 on left head. 2-4-6-8 on right head front to rear. the firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 .or look on the intake maifold in front of the throttle body is the firing order is stamped on the intake maifold. on V6 engines firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2. or look on the intake maifold. hope this will help you .
Depends. Usually you have what's basically a spray nozzle sitting in the intake manifold and deliver a shower of atomized fuel to the air going into the engine. You can also have something that looks a bit like a carburettor connected to the intake maifold where you have one centra nozzle. There are also engines with direct injection. It's quite common in Diesels, but you can get it for gas engines as well these days. In this case the cylinder head has what looks like an extra spark plug well that holds a nozzle which sprays fuel straight into the combustion chamber.
What year is your dodge ram? i have a 1997 4x4, 318, and it has two vacuum check valves going to the heater controls. the first check valve is on the right side of the intake maifold, just below the hose going to the pcv valve on the right side valve cover. if you follow that hose to the right side of the firewall, there is a tee in the vacuum lines, if you follow the line that goes into the cab, that line has another check valve. i found that the one at the intake manifold was the valve that failed on me. good luck
Open your hood, look down at the engine, that thing sticking out of the front of it with the wire going to it is it. If you are still confused look at where the radiator fans are and the o2 sensor is directly across from them. Actually there are 2 O2 sensors one in maifold and the other in the flex pipe.
A/c needs recharged.. To charge properly, use a/c maifold set and follow prussure.. The conversion from r12 to r134a makes the charge at 1.56 lbs. I actually charged more than that for the pressures and temps to equalize and turn out this light.
To change the front fuel injector you will need to disconnect the battery because your computer will get messed up if you don't. then get the injector and a manifold gasket from a Toyota dealer or an auto repair shop, then you disconnect all the tubing that is going into the maifold, after you are done you take and unbolt the manifold and move it out of your way. then there will be a rod looking thing and there will be a couple bolts going into that. take the bolts out then just pull on it. the rod will disconnect from the injector and then you just pull the front one out, then slip the new injector in the old ones spot. then slip the rod back on and tighten the bolts, this will tighten the injectors so they wont leek or move, (you don't need any sealent or glue). then when you assemble the manifold take the old gasket off ( might be a little hard to do) then put the new gasket on. after that put all the hoses back on. don't forget to plug your battery back in. then start your truck and check for any leaks (gas, air,anything comming from the hoses, etc.) if everything is running o.k then double check the bolts and make sure they are tight. this process should take about 2 to 3 hours depending on how fast you work. well hope this helped! -Sean