possibly problems with inlet valves
Out of time.
Thay are not inside the intake. They are UNDERNEITH the INTAKE. It has 2 sensors and you can not see are get to them until you remove the intake.
the intake manifold is what takes air coming from the intake and directs it to each intake valve in each cylinder
The intake runner and the intake valve (naming only the head assembly).
generally it isn't really coming from the intake rather it is echoing from the engine through components into the intake. the intake is hollow so it echoes most sounds making it seem noises come from the intake when most of the time it's not the part making noise. check your oil level. if you have OHC's that could be a next place to check
Check your Fuel Pressure Regulator under the intake plenum that is on the fuel rail. Had the same issue myself, gas coming from the intake.
white smoke=water. probably the intake or intake manifold.
Intake valve must be open
A ram-air intake is any intake design which uses the dynamic air pressure created by vehicle motion to increase the static air pressure inside of the intake manifold on an engine, thus allowing a greater massflow through the engine and hence increasing engine power.
Find the vacuumline that goes from the intake to the resirvoir and from the resirvoir to the inside of the cab. It isn't connected.
The intake manifold.
Inside of the engine head(s).
Leak in exhaust system perhaps exhaust manifold being sucked in through air intake (grid at lower end of windshield)
the runner is inside intake there are too solenoids on top and a accutuator on the side were throttle body is
this would be due to incorrect timing of the engine maybe due to the cambelt slipping (NOT GOOD) this could cause major damage to the engine. the intake valves are opening too early, not letting the combustion inside the engine finish before the next bang.
Where the air intake tube coming from the air filter housing connects to the intake you will find the MAF sensor.
It's probably mold. You can buy chemicals that are added through the intake that might fix it.
The intake air temperature (IAT) is located inside the intake housing close to the air filter.
the starter is located inside the intake manifold which is under the top cover that says northstar in other words itis inside the motor The starter is under the intake manifold>
It is down inside of the center of the intake. You will have to remove the plastic upper intake plenuem to get to it. That is the black plastic part that is bolted onto the center of the intake.
The intake plenum on most cars is bolted directly atop the intake manifold. This is where the air goes after passing through the throttle body.