Depends on what right you are talking about. The right hand side facing the engine from the front or right seated in the vehicle. You'll need to specify.
A formatted header is part of the exhaust manifold that is used to direct exhaust gasses into the open atmosphere
On the exhaust header. Normally the drivers side. On the exhaust header. Normally the drivers side.
Header or headers are a high performance version of an exhaust manifold
Between the exhaust header and the catalytic converter.
It is in the exhaust pipe between the header and the catalytic converter. That is, it is downstream from the header, and upstream from the catalytic converter. The first O2 sensor is located under the hood on the driver's side. It is located in the exhaust pipe between the header and the catalytic converter. The second O2 sensor is located in the exhaust pipe between the catalytic converter and the muffler. The wire runs up through the floor board where the connector is located under the carpet under the driver's seat.
The exhaust manifold is the header that starts at the piping on the driver's side of the engine and runs back out to the exhaust.
i header is much better than a manifold better it will give you increased air flow horse power and gas mileage
Yes it sure can and will if the valve covers are leaking oil and the header gaskets are worn out/ leaking.
The exhaust valve, the exhaust manifold, the header pipe, the catalytic converter, the muffler and the tail pipe, not to mention the clamps and hangers.
Check operation of exhaust "heat riser" valve. Also check exhaust header gasket for leaks. Heat riser should be near the exhaust header, in exhaust pipe connection.
It is not worth the effort since it will probably just crack again; cast iron does not weld well. Use this as a good excuse to put on a header. I got a nice stainless steel header for my 1991 4.0L for $185 including shipping. The exhaust manifolds are also known to crack. If you do not want a header, another option would be to watch for someone that did put on a header but is trying to get rid of the stock exhaust manifold they took off.
Two possible answers that I know of, #1 The first point of entry for the exhaust as it leaves the cylinder head. Generally made of cast iron but not always. The exhaust pipe bolts to it. #2 The very front body section of some autos that holds the headlamps and grille was sometimes called the header or header panel.
An engine has one header(exhaust manifold) for each cylinder head it has.
Exhaust mainfold to cylinder head 22 ft-lbsExhaust manifold to header pipe 33 ft-lbsExhaust manifold bracket bolts 20 ft-lbs
I guess your talking about exhaust headers. They allow the exhaust gases to get out of the engine in a even manner and faster for less back pressure and better performance.
Header- top Footer- bottom
On the exhaust header right ahead of the catalytic converter.
It has two, left and right, near the exhaust manifolds (header)
The shift sensor may be found either on the exhaust manifold, where the exhaust pipe enters the engine block, or it is attached directly in the header pipe beneath the exhaust manifold.
Since they are really the same thing, there is no answer. An exhaust manifold is a header and vice/versa.The common cast iron 'exhaust manifolds' are quiet, last forever, and cheap to produce. The headers you refer to are more expensive, short-lived and can be very pricey. But the first guy who bolted a pipe on the exhaust post of his single cylinder motor to keep from getting burned by the exhaust created the first header. He also created the first exhaust manifold. Take your pick.
No, that's kind of an old wive's tale anyway! The valve material is too good now.
Loosen two bolts on exhaust manifold and replace donut If it's an 8-valve, then it's probable that the exhaust header has burnt through where it transitions from vertical to horizontal just before connecting to the catalytic converter A new header collector can be fabricated in-place at some shops... check around.