Exhaust pipe to manifold nuts, 15 to 22 ft-lbs.
exhaust manifold is where exhaust pipe hooks to engine!
what are the torque specifications for 2002 ford 4.0 intake manifold
Heads ---------------- 65 ft/lbs Intake Manifold ---- 30 ft/lbs Exhaust Manifold -- 25 ft/lbs
It has 2 ho2s sensors. One is upstream from the catylitic converter between the exhaust manifold and the cat. The other is downstream from the converter between in and the exhaust pipe going to the muffler.
\'02 Ventures use M8X1.25X98.5 exhaust manifold studs.
The 2002 Ford escape exhaust manifold will cost approximately $550 to replace. The manifold will cost $300. The labor cost will consist of approximately 4 hours of labor.
The exhaust valves are smaller and lead to the exhaust manifold.
It is on the back exhaust manifold.
EGR is located in exhaust manifold.
start at the exhaust manifold and follow the pipe or if it has dual exhaust follow both, you will see it.
Exhaust manifold or exhaust pipes. May be one behind the catalytic converter.
There are Two. One is on or close to the exhaust manifold and the other is after the Catalytic Converter on the exhaust pipe.
Passenger side exhaust pipe directly after the exhaust manifold.
It is on the back of the engine, Under the exhaust manifold.
It screws into the top of the rear exhaust manifold.
There are two of them. First one is in the exhaust manifold. Second one is in the exhaust pipe just under the passenger seat.
The upstream O2 sensor is located in the exaust manifold which is bolted to the front of the engine.
V10 Left side exhaust manifold studs rusted away causing exhaust leak, 2002, 25,000 miles in motorhome.
They are always on exhaust manifold/pipes fore and aft convertor.
If it is running loudly then there is an exhaust leak either at exhaust manifold or some where else in the exhaust pipes. Bad exhaust muffler could also cause this. Hope this helps.
The EGR, or exhaust gas recirculation valve, takes inert exhaust gasses drawn from the exhaust system and reintroduces them into the combustion chamber through the intake manifold.
To replace it remove the battery terminal so you will not have power. Loosen the bolts (use liquid wrench or wd40 for this will be rusty) exhaust pipe from the exhaust manifold (driver side) and then you need to loosen the exhaust pipe from the exhaust manifold to the part where it connect exhaust pipe from the other side of the exhaust manifold (passenger side) and then you need to loosen the electrical wire from the starter and then loosen the bolts that connect the starter now you can wiggle the starter to pull it out you need to try to figure out how to get it through the loosen exhaust pipe ( but it should come out)
89 lbs. top & bottom
the upstream is located on the exhaust manifold you will see it when you open the hood......the downstream is located on the exhaust pipe under the car just past the engine