An engine intake manifold plenum pan gasket oil leak may occur on some V-6 and V-8 style engines. The oil leak is internal to the engine so no external oil leakage will be present. Two symptoms of this oil leak condition may be present. The vehicle operator may experience an engine spark knock during acceleration and/or an increase in the amount of engine oil consumed by the engine. Inspect the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve. Shake the PCV valve to verify that the pintle inside of the PCV valve is free. Replace the PVC if the pintle is not free. If the intake manifold plenum pan gasket is leaking, an additional vacuum source will be created inside of the engine at the location of the pan gasket leakage.- Engine combustion blow-by gases, oil vapor, and air from the crankcase filter/breather may be drawn past the leaking pan gasket and into the intake manifold. In most cases when this condition occurs, an engine at idle will create the highest vacuum and lowest amount of engine blow-by. 1. Allow the engine to reach normal operating temperature. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Disconnect the breather hose from the air cleaner. 4. Attach a vacuum I pressure gauge to the end of the breather hose (Figure 1). 1 - VACUUM / PRESSURE GAUGE 2 - BREATHER HOSE 3 - VALVE COVER BREATHER HOSE PORT 5. Disconnect the PCV valve hose from the intake manifold. 6. Seal off the intake manifold PCV valve hose port opening. 7. Seal off the open end of the PCV valve hose (Figure 2). NOTE: DURING THIS DIAGNOSIS, IT WOULD BE NORMAL FOR THE ENGINE TO DEVELOP PRESSURE WITHIN THE ENGINE CRANKCASE. THIS IS DUE TO -THE NORMAL PROCESS OF. EXHAUST BLOW-BY- GASES- LEAKING PAST THE ENGINE PISTON RINGS AND ACCUMULATING IN THE ENGINE CRANKCASE. DO NOT ALLOW MORE THAN 3 PSI (20.7 kPa) OF PRESSURE TO BUILD WITHIN THE ENGINE WHEN PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURE. 8. Start the warmed engine and observe the vacuum gauge. 9. Allow the engine to idle for approximately 30 seconds. Do not allow more than 3psi (20.7 kPa) of pressure to develop in the engine crankcase. 10. If the attached vacuum I pressure gauge does not indicate that a vacuum is present in the engine crankcase, then the intake manifold plenum pan gasket is good and no further internal engine vacuum leak diagnosis is required. 11. If an internal vacuum leak is present then perform the Repair Procedure. Parts Required*: For the 5.2L / 5.9L: 1 04897383AC Package, Intake Manifold Flange Gasket and Bolts 1 05017208AA Gasket, Intake Manifold Plenum Pan 15 06034583 Bolt, Intake Manifold Plenum Pan 1 53030541 Gasket, Throttle Body' 2(AR) 04318001 Conditioner, Combustion Chamber For the 3.9L: 1 04897382AC Package, Intake Manifold Flange Gasket and Bolts 1 05017207AA Gasket, Intake Manifold Plenum Pan 14 06034583 Bolt, Intake Manifold Plenum Pan 1 53030541 Gasket, Throttle Body 2(AR) 04318001 Conditioner, Combustion Chamber *NOTE: the part numbers are continually being revised. Use the most recent part numbers from the dealership computer if you perform this repair yourself. Repair Procedure: 1. Refer to the appropriate year Service Manual, Section 9: ENGINE for removal and installation instructions. NOTE: CLEAN ALL OIL RESIDUE FROM THE INTERIOR SURFACES OF THE PLENUM PAN AND THE INTAKE MANIFOLD PLENUM CHAMBER. NOTE: THE PROPER BOLT TORQUE AND TIGHTENING SEQUENCE IS CRITICAL AND MUST BE FOLLOWED WHEN TIGHTENING BOTH THE PLENUM PAN BOLTS AND THE INTAKE MANIFOLD FLANGE BOLTS. 3.9L Bolt Tightening Sequence and Torque Procedure: 3.9L Plenum Pan Bolt Torque Procedure STEP WHICH BOLT TORQUE 1 All Bolts 5.4 Nm (48 in. lbs.) 2 All Bolts 9.5 Nm (84 in. lbs.) 3 Check All Bolts 9.5 NM (84 in. lbs.) 3.9L Intake Manifold Flange Bolt Torque Procedure STEP WHICH BOLT TORQUE 1 1 and 2 1.4 NM (12 in. lbs.) 2 1 and 2 2.7 NM (24 in. lbs.) 3 1 and 2 4.1 NM (36 in. lbs.) 4 1 and 2 5.4 NM (48 in. lbs.) 5 1 and 2 6.7 NM (60 in. lbs.) 6 1 and 2 8.1 NM (72 in. lbs.) 7 3 through 12 8.1 NM (72 in. lbs.) 8 Check All Bolts 8.1 NM (72 in. lbs.) 9 All Bolts 16.3 NM (12 ft. lbs.) 10 Check All Bolts 16.3 NM (12 ft. lbs.) 5.2L/5.9L Bolt Tightening Sequence and Torque Procedure: 5.2L / 5.9L Plenum Pan Bolt Torque Procedure STEP WHICH BOLT TORQUE 1 All Bolts 5.4 NM (48 in. lbs.) 2 All Bolts 9.5 NM (84 in. lbs.) 3 Check All Bolts 9.5 NM (84 in. lbs.) 5.2L / 5.9L Intake Manifold Flange Bolt Torque Procedure STEP WHICH BOLT TORQUE 1 1 and 4* 1.4 NM (12 in. lbs.) 2 1 and 4* 2.7 NM (24 in. lbs.) 3 1 and 4* 4.1 NM (36 in. lbs.) 4 1 and 4* 5.4 NM (48 in. lbs.) 5 1 and 4* 6.7 NM (60 in. lbs.) 6 1 and 4* 8.1 NM (72 in. lbs.) 7 5 through 12 8.1 NM (72 in. lbs.) 8 Check All Bolts 8.1 NM (72 in. lbs.) 9 All Bolts 16.3 NM (12 ft. lbs.) 10 Check All Bolts 16.3 NM (12 ft. lbs.) * The bulletin clearly says to tighten bolts 1 and 4, but this is probably a typo because the service manual says to tighten bolts 1 through 4, and nowhere in the TSB does it say to tighten bolts 2 and 3, which would only be tightened to 12 ft. lbs when you reach step 9. 2. With the engine reassembled, inspect the coil and spark plug wires for proper routing. Refer to TSB 09-48-98 for additional assistance. 3. Start the engine and allow it to warm to normal engine operating temperature. 4. Decarbon the combustion chamber using Mopar Combustion Chamber Conditioner (p/n 04318001) per the instructions. NOTE: ALLOW THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER CLEANER TO SOAK INSIDE OF THE ENGINE FOR 2 TO 2.5 HOURS. NOTE: A SECOND APPLICATION OF THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER CONDITIONER MAY BE REQUIRED IF THERE WAS A LARGE QUANTITY OF OIL LEAKAGE PAST THE INTAKE PLENUM PAN GASKET. 5. Verify proper engine oil level. Notes: Policy: Reimbursable within the provisions of the warranty. Time Allowance: Labor Operation No: 09-50-15-91 .................................. 3.0 Hrs. Optional Equipment: 09-50-15-60 Air Conditioning Equipped (AN/BR-BE/DN/ZJ) ............ 0.2 Hrs. 09-50-15-60 Air Conditioning Equipped (AB) .................................... 0.8 Hrs. 09-50-15-62 Air Injection Pump Equipped (SR/BE) ........................... 0.2 Hrs. 09-50-15-65 Power Steering Pump Equipped (if 5.2L and AN/BR-BE/DN/ZJ) .. 0.2 Hrs. or It is burning the oil and the emissions systems are still able to cope with the extra load. The oil is being burned both in the cylinders and in the catalytic converter. Be aware that the emission controls will not be able to do that much longer and you will probably start to get fouled plugs, oxygen sensors and catalytic converter. When that happens, you get to rebuild the engine.
A pcv valve that is stuck open allows oil vapor to be burned without a lot of smoke. I would replace this first.
If you are talking about a U.S. quart, a liter would be more. If you are talking about an Imperial quart, the Imperial quart would be larger.
A liter.A quart is a little bit smaller since its:1 US quart = 946.352946 millilitersand1 liter = 1000 millilitersIt would be a liter.A liter
A quart in the US will hold less than a liter (946ml) while an imperial quart will hold more (1136ml).
One liter would hold slightly more milk than one quart.
A quart is the old-fashioned word for liter, so you would have drunk one quart.
Since the values of both are so similar (quart and liter) you could go either way.
That would depend on which of the many ounces you mean. There are (to three figures of accuracy) 33,8 US fl.oz. in one liter (a quart is 32 so a liter and a quart are close to the same, less than 6% difference)
Yes cause 2.8 liters =2.95 q round up nd you got 3 quarts
There's 33.8 ounces in a liter. And 32 ounces in a quart. So by division there would be 1.05 quarts in a liter.
7.4 Liter about 6 1/2 or 7qts
A liter is slightly larger than a U.S. quart A liter is 1000 ml , a U.S. quart is 946 ml which is 32 ounces So 5 ounces would be just under 148 ml
A liter holds more. We can use fluid ounces to compare the two. One US quart is 32 fluid ounces while one liter is 33.814 US fluid ounces.
liter or quart
No. A liter is a little larger than a quart and there are 4 quarts in a gallon.
The metric measure for volume is the liter. One US quart is 0.946 Ltr. That would be a liquid quart. A dry quart > liter = imperial quart > liquid quart A British Imperial pint is 20 fluid ounces, not 16 as in the US system. So in the UK, Ireland and other countries which use the same system, a quart is 40 fluid ounces, which is equal to 1.136 Ltr.
A liter is more than a quart. Some of you might recognize this symbol > if you are in a certain grade then you may recognize that symbol in this case it would be a greater than symbol. Thank you for reading my answer.
1 liter equals 1.057 quarts so 2 liters equals 2.114 quarts. The answer to your question would be no.
my truck started to smoke from the rear end when I was driving down the high way and now its jerking around WHY or What would be the cause
Jugs would usually use units of volume for measurement: liter or milliliter, gallon, quart, etc.
Spark plugs don't smoke. A bad alternator would cause a dead battery.
Probably not the smoke, but certainly HEAT would cause problems.
Subaru 2.5 liter engine has a problem with head gaskets. If you have not had your head gaskets replaced, that is the first thing I would suspect.
A 4.6 quart bowl is equal to about 4.35 liters. A 4.5 quart bowl would be equal to 4.2 after rounding to one decimal point, while an even 4 quarts would be equal to 3.8 liters.
yes...the lack of air would causes excessive fuel which would cause black smoke.