Some of the intake manifold bolts are longer than others. These bolts are designed to go through the manifold and into the cooling jacket. If the longer bolts are placed in the area of a push rod, they will go in too far and contact the push rod. This will cause your rattling. Depending on how long you have run the motor, I would recommend removing the intake again and inspecting the push rods for signs of damage.
To replace the Suburban manifold gaskets, unhook everything on the manifold, from fuel lines to vacuum hoses. The manifold needs to be unbolted then removed. Clean the old gasket material, then install with a new gasket. Make sure to use factory specs when torqueing down the bolts.
Where is the leak coming from. Most likely you will need to replace the exhaust manifold gasket which will require removing the exhaust manifold.
It must be REPLACED with another 1.
It is located under the upper intake manifold.
usually 02 sensors are located on the catylac converter OR the manifold
Intake manifold gasket
On top of the intake manifold beneath the air filter
25 to30 foot pounds
The knock sensors(2) are in the valley pan beneath the intake manifold
Most likely it has at least 2 sensors. They are in the exhaust usually right after the manifold.
It is located inside the intake manifold, attached to the end of the injectors, (spider), assembly.
The MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) Sensor on a 2000 Chevy Suburban is located on the very top of the motor. It is all the way to the back of the motor. There is nothing behind it.
Yes you do. The distributor must be removed.
Trouble code P0106 means: Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor Performance
IT is on the intake manifold. Its 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
There's 2 of them on that engine, And there underneith the INTAKE MANIFOLD. You must remove the intake to get to them.
You will have to remove 1 valve cover.
Possibly lithium grease or condensation
Should be on the passenger side of the engine screwed into the block by the starter. It is below the exhaust manifold.
The intake & exhaust manifold must be removed, then the head is remove. Head inspected for cracks and warpage, all gaskets replaced and all parts reinstalled.
There is 2 of them and they are underneith the intake manifold. You will have to remove the intake to even see them are get to them. BAD DESIGN ON CHEVYS PART.
behind air intake manifold is the junction of the fuel injectors , it sits on the left side of that junction box if looking from front of engine. Unfortunately the air intake manifold must be removed to get to it .
fuel pressure regulator 99 suburbanI have a 99 suburban 2500 with a 7.4 motor. In it the fuel pressure regulator is just below the distributor to the right. I had to remove the upper manifold and pull the distrbutor to change it. Wasn't as tough a job as it sounds, just took a while. Hope this helps. On a 99 Chevy suburban k1500 5.7L, the regulator is directly under the intake manifold. It is connected to the passenger end of the SCPI fuel injector assembly. You can't see it until you remove the manifold. It is held on by a clip that can easily be removed with a flat-head screwdriver. If you remove the regulator, take note of which direction the clip is facing because it will only go back on one way.
According to Chilton's, on a V6 you can, but with the V8 you have to take off the intake manifold and get inside...